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The best way to see Los Cabos in one day is to start with an early nine holes of golf, followed by a late breakfast of chilaquiles or banana-walnut French toast at Mama's Royal Cafe on Cabo’s Calle Hidalgo — a favorite among famished tourists and locals alike. Chase your meal with a double dose of Dramamine while en route to Playa Médano and hop aboard a glass-bottom boat tour out to the El Arco rock formations. Majestic vistas of the coast wildlife abound, so don't forget the camera.
Once back ashore, plop down in an empty plot of sand for an afternoon siesta in the sun; you've earned it. Head back to home base for a shower and a change and take a colectivo taxi to San Jose for dinner in the village center around Plaza Mijares. Walk it off with a stroll around the nearby art district and pop into any galleries that catch your eye before heading back to Cabo. Celebrate a day well-played with a round of palomas (tequila and Fresca), Cuba Libres (rum and Coke) or mojitos at any of the bars and nightclubs that line Playa Médano. Choose according to whatever place seems to suit your decibel preference.