My husband and I spent a most relaxing day at Indigo Fields on our recent visit to South Africa it was our first visit and we our confident it won't be the last.We booked for the full day spa and arrived at about 0900 to be welcomed with a lovely cool drink whilst we filled in the questionnaire. We then proceeded to have our feet washed before going into the steam room, after which we had an epsom salt full body rub followed by time in the jacuzzi. Perhaps this all sounds busy but it certainly was not it was all very relaxing in a lovely calm atmosphere that made you feel very relaxed and we hadn't even had our first treatment in the boma. The bomas are delightful African open huts and Paul drives you down to each one via the lovely lavender fields-hence the name. Once you are in the boma the real relaxation starts as you are massaged you drift with only the sounds and smell of Africa around you-it really is a most wonderful experience and I think quite unique. We then had a wonderful tasty lunch in the sunken cellar and afterwards enjoyed a relaxing time in the sunshine before our next treatment in a different boma. Our day sadly came to an end at about 1600 but not until we had tried delicious homemade truffles.All in all a joyful relaxing experience the staff are friendly and cheerful and the pace of treatments is just perfect.There is also a well stocked shop where I bought some of the products used during the massage treatment-however its not quite the same when I use them in the damp UK.So I will definitely be join back to Indigo Fields and I would recommend the pampering to anyone who loves to be indulged.