Cali to Sincelejo Bus
The distance from Cali to Sincelejo takes about 16 hours of travel by an inter-city bus and you go across 554 mi (892 km). The companies xxxxxxxxxx and xxxxxxxxx cover this route providing low-cost bus tickets, besides various schedules, so that the traveller can make his choice. The name of Sincelejo is attributed to the chief Cincel of the indigenous tribe zenu and it's a city that stands out for its agriu °C (l production, reason why the city became capital of the department. The climate in Sincelejo has an average temperature of 80.6 °F (27 °C) and its driest season is from December to March; out of this period, it's indispensable having a raincoat or an umbrella.
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Santiago de Cali is one of the oldest cities in Colombia. It was founded in 1536 by the conquistador Sebastián de Belalcázar. Before the conquest, Cali was inhabited by indean tribes such as the gorrones, timbas and morrones. During the firest days of the XIX century, cali will join the efforts to achieve independency from spain, and rised on July 3rd of 1810, making an alliance with neighbouring cities as was done by the natives in the Cauva Valley to oppose the spaniards decades earlier.Due to its location, which is ideal for the development of commerce, Cali began to transform into one of the biggest cities of the country at the beginning of the XXth century, in part due to the construction of new means of transportation - such as trainways and highways- which connect the city with the Buenaventura port, favoring the exportation industry. Present day Cali is a prosperous city, which is known as the colombian capital of the rumba and salsa due to the great number renowned schools that teach these dances.
Colombian municipality, capital of the department of Sucre. It’s located in the northwestern part of the country, in the Colombian Caribbean Region. Sincelejo was re-founded by the captain and engineer Antonio de la Torre y Miranda, by order of the governor of Cartagena, Juan de Torrezar Diaz Pimienta. The first establishment of the population was realized on the space occupied by the Zenu natives. In the nineteenth century, the demography and economy of Sincelejo grew due to the cultivation of sugar cane and the manufacture of liquor. In 1851, due to this growth, it was positioned as the capital of one of the provinces created in the Federal State of Bolivar, with a liberal profile. In 1966, the department of Sucre was created and Sincelejo was proclaimed as its capital. The city is known as the "Pearl of the Savannah" for the strength of its inhabitants and due to the conservation of artistic and cultural traditions.