The Arajilla Day Spa

Lord Howe Island’s only day spa is specially housed in a traditional yurt under the majestic Banyan Tree forest. We have the perfect setting to relax, unwind and enjoy all that Lord Howe has on offer. Here, you will enjoy your massages and spa treatments in total serenity, with the gentle sounds of nature keeping you company.

Choose from one of the many treatments we have on offer that are therapeutic in nature. You receive the benefits on all levels connecting your mind, body and soul. Most of all, we have some treatments use Ayurvedic principles and creating balance within the body.

The Day spa uses Ayurda skin care products. The name Ayurda translates to the “bestower of longevity” this resonates perfectly with Ayurda’s holistic approach to beauty. Incorporating the wisdom of the Ayurveda philosophy recognises that everyone is unique and has delivered a skin care that has amazing results. These products have in addition been formulated with all natural and handcrafted organic ingredients which create nutrition for the skin.

Every ingredient is of the highest grade possible while there are no nasty chemicals that strip the skin, parabens or sulphates.

All products used in our Day Spa are hand crafted and receive a blessing ritual twice. First at the time of harvesting and second before they are shipped. All ingredients are tended with care, grown and sun dried in the Himalaya’s.

Make a Booking

To make your booking for your spa treatments, call:

 +61 (0)2 6563 2002

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