This is an ideal tour for those who love being pampered and would like to watch sunsets and eat seafood on a beach with a few drinks.(not suitable for children)
Price from: US$ 160 per person
Thalasso Spa Treatment & Sunset seafood dinner on the beach.
“loose 600 calories watching the sunset”
This is the tour that will have you going back for more and more. It is one of our favourite things to do and Bali and we believe everyone who joins us will also enjoy it.
We will travel to the World’s best Spa as voted by numerous Global Magazines and organisations including Conde Naste. Your afternoon starts at the Aquatonic Thalasso pool which is a 650m2 Hydro-therapy pool overlooking the ocean. Here you will spend 90 minutes under supervision floating around the pool moving from point to point, on the way to burning 600 calories whilst seemingly doing nothing more than floating and enjoying the view. Once you have finished your Thalasso therapy we will take you to our favourite seafood restaurant on the beach at Jimbaran Bay. We have included a dinner here for you but feel free to add lobster or alcoholic drinks to the meal. There is no better way to finish a day out in Bali.
Pickup from your villa is @1400 and you will return around 2130.
What to bring: Camera
What to wear: Sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses, hat, swimwear, mosquito repellent, the restaurant for dinner is casual.
What is included: Guide, Transport, Aquatonic Therapy, set dinner at Jimbaran, water and wet tissues. (there are very good change rooms with showers at lockers at the spa.)
What’s not included: the dinner is a set menu any extra drinks or food is at own cost.
Who is this tour for: This is an ideal tour for those who love being pampered and would like to watch sunsets and eat seafood on a beach with a few drinks.(not suitable for children)
Prices are per person. Rates are subject to change. *conditions apply.
*Our guides are paid up to 5 times of that recommended by the guide association as we believe that knowledge should be rewarded and guides should not feel they have to take gueststo places to buy things just so they can earn a living.