Cali travel guide

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You're Going to Love Cali

Famous for its salsa dancing clubs, Cali is one of Colombia's great nightlife centers. It's more than that though, with fine churches, gorgeous artworks, and mouthwatering restaurants to explore during the day.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Cali

When to Visit Cali

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Try to avoid the rainy season in September and October. Instead, high season tends to stretch from November through March. If you plan to enjoy some whale watching on the Pacific Coast, July could also be a good (and dry) time to go.

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How to Get to Cali

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Where to Stay in Cali

Excellent upscale accommodation options include the Hotel Spiwak, the Four Points Sheraton, and the Cali Marriott Hotel - all downtown options with great amenities.

Popular Neighborhoods in Cali

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Most booked hotels in Cali

How to Get Around Cali

The Cost of Living in Cali

Shopping Streets

Plaza Caicedo is the main shopping area in the center of town, but much of Cali's commercial life revolves around malls like Centro Comercial Chipichape or Unicentro, which are a little out of town.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets in Cali include La Gran Colombia and Makro, and prices should be low. Expect a gallon of milk to cost about COL$10,000.

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Where to Eat in Cali

Superb restaurants in Cali are easy to come by. Some favorites include Platillos Voladores, with its outdoor gardens; Mister Wings, which is a great place for chicken fans; and the seafood specialists Cali Viejo. Meals should come to around COL$40,000 per head.