Fish Foot Nibbles and a Massage or Pedicure from R112 at Le Fish Spa (Up to 70% Off)

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Give feet a chance to shine with a pedicure or massage and fish foot nibbles.

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Validity: Valid until 12 November 2014.
Purchase: One Groupon per person; one additional may be bought as a gift.
Redemption: Reservation required: All reservations to be made within 14 days of purchasing Groupon. Reservation cannot be moved once made. No-shows forfeit Groupon.
Further Information: Valid Tuesday to Friday from 10:00 - 19:00, Saturday from 09:00- 18:000, Sunday: closed, Monday: closed. Client must book 24 hours in advance and cancel 24 hours in advance. Client must produce the Groupon on arrival. Groupon does not cover additional tax, service charge or gratuity. Picture displayed is only a representation. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

There are few things as anxiety-inducing as being invited to put your best foot forward and realising that both your feet are currently publicity shy due to neglect. Get your feet spotlight ready with a fish foot nibble with a massage or pedicure for two people at Le Fish Spa.


Choose between these options:

  • Pay R112 for a 30-minute fish foot nibble and massage for two people, valued at R280
  • Pay R174.30 for a 15-minute fish foot nibble with a pedicure for two people, valued at R498
  • Pay R210 for a 30-minute fish foot nibble with a pedicure for two people, valued at R700


Twosomes dip their toes into warm water for a fish nibble before tootsies are glammed up with a pedicure. Ridding feet of affected and dead skin areas and leaving the healthy skin untouched and ready to grow and repair, the nibble treatment revives feet helping them feel pampered, healthy and smooth.


More About Le Fish Spa

A trendy haven of holistic healing in Blouberg, Le Fish Spa is staffed not only by a team of talented beauty technicians, but also by a pool of Garra Rufa fish who might as well have a degree in Dermatology. Like at least one grandparent, these enthusiastic fishies have no teeth, allowing them to nibble away at dead and dry skin on one’s feet without any pain or discomfort.