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The Hill of the Three Crosses (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 Botanical Garden of Cali 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.

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. Rivers, mountains and places like Pico de Loro, Topacio, Pance and the Teresita are excellent for camping, hiking and observing animals in their natural habitat.