Early in the morning, you will travel by car to Barichara, one of Colombia’s prettiest towns. On the way visit Socorro, known as the cradle of independence. Once in Barichara, walk along the cobblestone path to Guane, a little village with a rich archaeological history. Once in Guane, visit a small museum which houses an important collection of aquatic fossils, a Guane mummy, and a variety of other treasures from both the colonial and contemporary periods. Visit Barichara, one of Colombia’s prettiest towns, renowned as a fine example of colonial architecture and an oasis of tranquility. The most distinctive features include the cobblestone streets, the rammed-earth houses, the bahereque building style, mud tiles and stone monuments made by well-known Barichara’s artists.