Tour of Exotic and Tropical Fruits in Cali
Discover Cali through your palate
Fruit Tour in Cali | Colombian cuisine is a combination of different foods, practices and culinary traditions of the Spanish, African and Indigenous cultures that come together to give life to the criolla food.
Each region of Colombia has its unique climate and topography which brings culinary diversity to the country and gives life to each unique regional plate.
In our Fruit Tour in Cali we will enjoy and explore this unique fusion that will enhance your palate. We will visit the city’s farmers market Galería Alameda.
Here, we will walk its more than 4.600 square meters, of aisles and stands, having the opportunity to try exotic fruits unique to Colombia from the exotic mangostino, the aphrodisiac chontaduro, and the traditional sugar cane juice freshly squeezed from the sugar cane.
Local food, fruits, drinks, desserts with some local esoteric products from cultural beliefs, make this a full immersive urban tour.
Immerse yourself in a gastronomical adventure through our local food.
Local bilingual guide.
Transportation (one way) from your place of lodging to the farmer’s market (only hotel area near the center).
Tour through the market square Galería Alameda.
Tasting of fruits, local drinks and typical sweets of our region.
Food portion per person.
Visit to La Caleñita (souvenir store).
Additional products or services, not specified in the plan.
Transfer back to the place of lodging (the tour ends in the Alameda neighborhood).
A minimum group of 2 people is required for this experience.
It is not necessary to buy all the spots, since it is a group activity where travelers from other hotels can join. In the case that the minimum group is not completed, we will notify you to reschedule the tour.
Wear comfortable walking shoes.
Bring a water bottle.
Hat and umbrella.
The tour will not be canceled in case of bad weather, consider bringing an impermeable poncho, rain jacket or umbrella.
Monday to Sunday
Starts: 10:00 am / Duration 3 hours approx.