We booked the Spa Indulgence Package in Plantation Bay's Mogambo Springs. The rates in their website are updated. Here's the details of the package:
Mogambo springs is set like a Japanese village during the what-have-you-shogunate with bamboos and the pagodas - which are actually spa rooms.
|You'll see me here amidst the japanese garden with bamboos, the bamboo bridge and the pagoda. NVM me.|
We were greeted by PB staff in Mogambo with our welcome leis and drinks.
The rooms are very zen-ny with yellow lights all over and still jap-inspired with the lowered beds and tables and chairs.
They have lots of spa-zen-mode facilities, there are cold pools and hot pools. Here I am in the hot pool/jacuzzi with the extra cold water the spa attendants served without me having to prompt them and cucumbers in my eyes, while he is in the cold pool with waterfalls. It's quite fun to jump from cold to hot intermittently.
They have a dry sauna and a steam room. I stayed inside the dry sauna but found myself parched after a few minutes, there is an hourglass inside the sauna which says the prescribed time I guess and to sort of track your time inside, I was only able to stay half of the time.
We had aromatherapy massage and the floral bath . We both had relaxing swedish massages.
|Couples massage room and couples floral bath|
There are lots of other activities you can do inside the resort village, there are lagoons - freshwater and saltwater, slides, floating restos, secret caves, jacuzzis, fountains and waterfalls. One can even do lots of other aquasports/ activities. We are just more into rest and relax and not so much adventure in this trip that we weren't able to do a lot.
|Couple size jacuzzi|
There are places to lounge surrounding the resort and there's the giant water slide and waterfalls in Mogambo Springs. There's a cliff-dive point as well in the saltwater lagoon where people can jump and dive into a 4-meter trench. One will never run our of things to do in Plantation Bay.