Today we visited the southernmost Jesuit Mission site, San Jose del Cabo. Established in 1730 by father Nicola Tamaral, this picturesque town is now the capital of the municipality and offers an array of cultural and culinary options to our guests. We began with a visit to the Estero de Las Palmas, one of the most important refuges for migratory and resident birds, including three endemic species. Afterwards, we had the chance to explore downtown, enjoying some local delicacies as well as the company of the always-friendly local inhabitants. After returning to the ship, we continued sailing in search of wildlife.