Built to honor the local writer Jorge Isaacs and designed by Hermann S. Bohmer, a Caleño engineer, the theater was built in 1931. The architecture is a French Neo-Classical style, along with an influence of Italian Romanticism.
One of the most well preserved and beautiful buildings in Cali is the Enrique Buenaventura Municipal Theater. Its cornerstone was laid in 1918, and in 1982 the building was declared a National Monument by the Colombian Government.
Los Farallones de Calí are the 2nd highest peaks in Western Andes, reaching 4,050m (13,290 ft) at it’s highest point, Punta Pance. High elevation mixes with rich Pacific Coast air, creating 4 distinct ecosystems and climates, and extremely high biodiversity.
Caleños have been hiking to this hill since 1837, when 3 small bamboo crosses were placed at the peak by Christian friars. The idea was that Calí was in the midst of evil, after suffering plagues of smallpox, dengue, leprosy,
Bellies full from our Pizza Adventure at La Curva, we are driving higher up the mountain, along Carrera 4 in route to the famed Jesus statue that overlooks Cali, Colombia and it’s residents. Knowing that the statue is under construction,
The Delirio Show blends Salsa, Circus and Orchestra together in a internationally renown show. It’s choreography is top-notch, with fast paced, highly technical footwork which Caleños are known for.