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The main square of the city, located in downtown Cali. The plaza is named after Cali's hero, Joaquin de Caicedo y Cuero.
Located in the San Fernando neighborhood, this is one of the most popular areas in the city. It is full of restaurants and bars. If you want to party or just have a nice dinner, then this is the place for you. The park gets its name because it has a dog monument in the middle of it.
Nightclubs in Cali, the best events, best bars, the best rumba, the most driven, most beautiful women, most people find it cute.
One of the most peaceful zones in the city, the river is located in the west and is surrounded by restaurants, hotels and museums like "La Tertulia", an art museum.
It is the most traditional neighborhood of Cali. Although it was split off by 'La calle Quinta' (Fifth street), it conserves its traditional aura which makes it an inevitable stop on a visit. The entire neighborhood is on a hill, and at the top you will find the San Antonio Park.
This zoo has became more than simply a place to show animals, as it is involved in research. Its location could not be more wonderful, alongside the Cali river, just where valley and mountains get together. Nearby is the Cali Botanical Garden/ Jardín Botánico de Cali, founded by Jorge Enrique Orejuela.
A part of the city sits on hills belonging to the Colombian western mountain chain. Beyond these hills is Farallones de Cali national park. Although Caleños have not yet fully discovered it, in recent years it has boomed as a tourist destination for a full range of different people; adventurists to climb, walk, paragliding; naturists for its natural and life environments; or simply for those looking for 'cold' weather minutes away from urban areas.
The Border is where most hostages seem to be captured from. This is where you end up if you venture too far out of Cali in the wrong direction. There is a road that leads out of the city that splits into two directions. Take the wrong road and you may end up wandering into the rebels. Also, this is where the Red Cross meets the rebel group every so often to bring different medical supplies or take hostages back with them that have been freed on humanitarian grounds.
This is the area where the rebels hang out when there isn't work to be done around the jungle, such as hauling food. This is also where most of the activity happens including eating. Sleeping quarters are also located here, as well as the head honcho's wooden tent where big decisions are made and interrogations commonly take place.
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This is an area of the jungle where tall trees and vines are abundant. It's relatively thick so those venturing here should be very careful with their footing. But the views of the rest of the jungle can be spectacular from the right angle.
This is an area of the jungle where a small stream runs through the area, and it's a gentle enough stream to bathe in. The water isn't exactly a beautiful clear color, but it's clean enough for bathing for both men and women combined.
"The Trail" is named such because this is the common route for the rebels and their hostages to take while hauling assorted supplies such as food and building materials from different parts of the jungle to the main camp site and vice versa. These trails can be very difficult to travel across, especially for the inexperienced.
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