Relaxing in paradise is not ever complete without having a massage in Boracay. After a full day of paddle boarding one needs a good body massage. But where to get it? And what are reasonable prices? This is what we’re trying to cover in this article. Boracay is a small island but there are quite a few spa services. Distances are short from hotel to the beach, shopping and restaurants areas. One can walk for 10 to 20 minutes or take a cheap trike. Read on for our recommendations.
D Mall is quite the center of the island and an important location when it comes to restaurants, shops and travel agencies. Here you will find your fast food, normal dining, scuba diving tours, beach wear stores and even small street vendors. It is a strategic location and no wonder that Footzez decided to open their massage shop.
Footzeez is basically focusing their services on foot massage. However for those looking for back and full body massage there are options for that as well. Full body massage starts at 700 pesos (15 USD) for a 60 minutes session. See below the prices and menu photos.
Foot Massage (1 hour) & with Manicure or Pedicure – 950 pesos (20 USD)
Hand Massage (30 minutes) & with Manicure or Pedicure – 750 pesos (16 USD)
Room Service Outcall Massage
Full body massage – 700 pesos (15 USD)
Back massage (30 minutes) – 550 pesos (26 USD)
Back massage (1 hour) – 700 pesos (12 USD)
Beach Massage in Boracay
Massage always costs less on the beach so head over and start walking. In no time you’ll find a some therapists under the shade of some palm trees. Hopefully they also have a long chair or table for you. Beach body massage starts at 350 pesos (8 USD) for 1 hour and the same price applies to foot or dry massage. See the full menu in the photos below.