Colombia Official Travel Guide

Goverment of ColombiaThe answer is Colombia

You are here:

Home > Official Bloggers > Mike Ceaser > Bogotá's Street Fruit

We are an expat community that live and feel Colombia; we write in our native languages and love to travel through this beautiful country. Here you can find our travel stories where we share sensations, flavors and smells from Colombia. We invite you to read our experiences.

(*) Colombia.travel and Proexport Colombia is not responsible for personal opinions presented by each blogger.

Follow us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterFollow us on FlickerFollow us on Youtube

Bogotá's Street Fruit


Colombia's got lots of great fruits and street foods. And January happens to be a great month for street fruit, when vendors roll out carts piled high with mangostinos, pitayas, chantaduros and other great fruits.

three_fruit_carts

Carts near the Museo de Oro offer mangostinos, mamonsillos, pitayas and anons.

watermelon_and_guanabana

Watermelon and guanabana juice on the Plaza San Victorino.

chantadura

Chantaduro, a dry-tasting fruit from the coast and supposed to be aphrodisiac.

mangostino_and_cherries

A load of mangostinos, with cherries behind them.

manostino_close

Mangostinos resemble garlic inside, but taste like candy.

pitaya

Pitayas, Colombia's version of the fruit known in Vietnam as dragon fruit.

Rate this blog entry
0 votes

Comments

No comments made yet. Be the first to submit a comment

Leave your comment

Guest
Guest Thursday, 23 October 2014

Contact

Proexport Colombia
Calle 28A Nº 13A-15 Piso 36
E-mail: info@colombia.travel

Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism Fondo de Promoción Turistica Proexport Colombia

Other Proexport websities