DR Fish Ocean Spa Cost
Please note this post was created in 2010. Please check their website for current pricing and tour itinerary.
Dr. Fish Ocean Spa is a unique 3 hour spa excursion for adults only (you must be 18 years and over). Clients aboard the Ocean Spa boat are pampered with relaxing massages and a gentle pilates and yoga session whilst cruising the turquoise waters of Bavaro beach. The boat then makes an offshore stop where the clients can chill some more on floating mattresses with waterproof MP3 players – soft refreshments provided by your water waiter.
The next stop is to their offshore aquarium. And here’s where the fun starts! You get to experience the Dr. Fish pedicure. Sitting down you place your feet inside a mini aquarium full of little fish – the Dr. Fish. The scientific name for this fish species is Garra Rufa. Japan and most of the middle east where they have been used for decades to alleviate skin problems like psoriasis and eczema.
Dr. Fish are happy to feed on a diet of dead skin. They have no teeth, they nibble away at any dead skin (they don’t eat living skin) with their little mouths leaving your feet smooth and exfoliated. Now that’s a unique Punta Cana experience though it might be a bit much to bear for the extremely ticklish
During the excursion you’ll be offered healthy refreshments and snacks. After 3 hours of complete relaxation and pampering the boat then makes it’s way back to the dock where your transport awaits to return you to your hotel.
The cost for this 3 hour treat-for-you-feet and pamper session is around 160$US and includes soft refreshments and hotel transportation.
Dr. Fish Ocean Spa
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Rod, reel, fishing line, hooks, sinkers, bait,2007-06-05 18:08:29 by needle-nose-pliers
Fishing in ocean usually takes heavier gear, but depends on what kind of fish you are after. Go to the pier where everybody else is fishing and see what they are using. It's really not all that complicated.
Bobbers are helpful for beginners, more often used in freshwater but also can be used in salt water.
Need nose pliers are for removing hook from mouth/throat of fish. The pliers should also be the type that can cut wire - to cut fishing line or even a hook in a pinch.
A cooler with ice or a stringer for holding fish you catch.
A net is useful but not required
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