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Game and nature reserve

The Hill of the Three Crosses This hill (known in Spanish as the “Cerro de las Tres Cruces”) is one of the most representative icons of Cali and can be found in the mountains to the west. The Hill of the Three Crosses can be seen from any point of the city and is one of the major attractions of Cali. During Easter, there are many religious pilgrimages to this hill, which offers an incredible view of the city.

The National Natural Park of The Farallones of Cali Known as the “Parque Nacional Natural de los Farallones de Cali”, this park is one of the richest parks (in terms of flora and fauna) in the region. It is located in the Cordillera Oriente mountain range and is made up of the municipalities of Cali, Jamundi, Dagua and Pacifico. If you love ecotourism, don’t pass up the opportunity to visit this interesting attraction. It is 20 minutes away from the city of Cali.

The Botanical Garden of Cali This is an excellent option to learn more about the flora and fauna of this attractive destination called Cali. The garden is divided into sections and each one offers interesting information on the different uses of the plants in the garden. There are also research activities on the sustainable use of the natural resources of the area as well as programs of environmental awareness.

Isla Grande– this is the largest of the Rosario Islands and it is one of the few islands with full-time, local residents. Located about an hour or so from the historical city of Cartagena, the Rosario Islands consist of over 40 islands.

The Joaquin Antonio Uribe Botanical Garden of Medellín, more simply known as the Botanical Garden of Medellín, is a 14-hectare botanical garden in Medellín, Colombia. The botanical garden has more than 1,000 living species and 4,500 flowers.

Oceanario is a natural aquarium and it ison one of the Islas del Rosario is stocked with fish and turtles and these aquatic animals are dangerous too. The tame sharks cannot be missed and should be watched for must.

The Rock of Guatapé, also known as the Stone of El Peñol, or simply La Piedra or El Peñol, is a monolithic formation in Colombia. It is located in the town and municipality of Guatapé.

The Simón Bolívar Metropolitan Park, best known as the Simón Bolívar Park, is a greenspace and entertainment and sports complex located in the middle of the city of Bogotá, Colombia.

The Tatacoa Desert is the second largest arid zone in Colombia after the Guajira Peninsula. It occupies 330 square kilometers of land. It is a rich deposit of fossils and is a great tourist destination. The Tatacoa Desert has two distinctive colors: ocher in the area of Cuzco and gray in the Los Hoyos area.

Lake Guatavita is a small body of water in a forest-fringed crater, northeast of Bogotá in central Colombia. It was a sacred site to the Muisca people, who cast elaborate gold offerings into its depths, inspiring the legend of El Dorado and several ill-fated attempts to drain the lake.

Cali Zoo is located in the city of Cali in the country of Colombia. The Zoo belongs to a foundation that carries its name and whose mission, since it took the zoo’s

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