The burgeoning spa industry in Boracay caters to travelers who want to relax when on the island. You can have a massage done right in front of your beach resort; roving masseuses offer their services and provide massages out in the open for about PHP 300.
If you want a real, professional treatment, full-service spas like Mandala Spa are ready to oblige; their award-winning Hilot Trilogy(about US$88, or PHP 3850) adapts traditional Filipino massage treatments into a thoroughly relaxing, trance-inducing one-hour spa session. Read our full review of the Spa (and their treatments) here: Review of Mandala Spa & Villas in Boracay, Philippines.
Tirta Spa (+63 36 288 6841 / +63 36 288 6481 / +63 920 918 4857; firstname.lastname@example.org; tirtaspa.com) is a full-service spa with a decidedly Balinese atmosphere. Male spa enthusiasts will appreciate its men-only treatments.
Lava Stone Spa (Phone: +63 36 288 6862 / +63 916 539 1969; email@example.com) is near Kingfisher’s Farm in Barangay Manoc-Manoc south of Boracay, and specializes in warming two-hour lava stone massages.
Boracay Yasuragi Spa (Phone: +63 36 288 5006 / +63 36 288 5049; boracaysurfside.com) is attached to Boracay Surfside Resort on White Beach, Station 3, and offers relatively inexpensive spa services. Their basic relaxation package begins at about US$11 or PHP 500.