our route to reach the Anton Valley, located 600 meters above sea level. The Valley is an old caldera of an extinct volcano, whose slopes are covered by humid tropical forests and are crossed by rivers with waterfalls. The most famous is the Chorro del Macho; In order to appreciate it, we will enjoy a short walk through a dense tropical rain forest, appreciating the dense vegetation and the abundance of birds and other animals in their natural habitat. The most famous mountain is Sleeping India, which has motivated writers to immortalize a legend from the colonial era. We will visit the El Níspero zoo and botanical garden, which is home to numerous endemic and endangered species; and the Valle museum, which exuberant pre-Columbian and colonial relics of the area. the petroglyphs, anthropomorphic images and symbols that have not yet been deciphered by archaeologists. We will visit the handicraft market, where you can buy from natural wild orchids, to figures carved in stone by local people.