Andrew Zimmern heads to Cartagena, Columbia. He eats capybara, shark and more in the city's mind-blowing market, before heading to the mountains for a taste of freshly caught caiman and jungle rats.Go to Episode
Take in some of the many flavors of Cartagena, Colombia, at Basurto Market. Sample Lulo, a fruit with a bristly exterior that's related to the orange, or Mondongo, a tripe braised with garlic, vinegar, peppers and tomatoes.
Pedro de Heredia, Cartagena, Colombia
Visit Bocagrande Beach to not only take in the sights and sounds of the Oceanside, but also to taste treats sold by the palenqueras, women who sell homemade African sweets like Ajonjoli, made with coconut and sesame.
Bocagrande Beach, Cartagena, Colombia
La Mona Arepa
Explore Cartagena's Old Town for iconic Colombian foods at La Mona Arepa. Sample their twice-cooked Arepa filled with meat, cheese and a fried egg.
Getsemani neighborhood on plaza, Cartagena, Colombia
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