Explore Barichara, one of Colombia's prettiest towns, renowned as a fine example of colonial architecture with an oasis of tranquility. You can walk along the tranquil cobblestone streets admiring the adobe houses and visiting artisan workshops and handcraft stores. 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.
At the end of this hike you will find Guane, a little village with a rich archaeological history. Here you can visit a small museum which houses an important collection of aquatic fossils and a mummy of the Guanes, a curious indigenous group that inhabited the Santander Region before the colonization of the Americas.
Night at Mision Santa Barbara hostel.