The Spa in El Bosque is a 6,000 square foot spa and wellness sanctuary, built into Rancho Santana's rugged hillside, offering visitors a calm, cool respite from the Nicaraguan sun and surf. The Spa in El Bosque invites guests into the dense, shaded "Bosque" or forest, where they can relax in a multi-faceted retreat and partake in a myriad of unique treatments by our skilled therapists.

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Relax and recover with a selection of massages aimed at relieving stress, releasing stiff joints and increasing wellbeing. Our Signature Wellness Massage induces ultimate relaxation or opt for two therapists working simultaneously for two times the relief and relaxation with our Four-Hands Massage. Let our therapists help you choose the right treatment for your needs.


Treat your skin with soothing and restorative ingredients that leave you with a radiant, healthy glow. Utilizing natural elements from our environment, The Spa en El Bosque offers targeted treatments to address dryness, aging, elasticity, and a range of skin issues. All facials begin with a hot steam towel and include cleansing, exfoliating, and toning.

Body Treatments

Enjoy body scrubs and moisturizing treatments made with locally sourced natural ingredients that leave the skin glowing and refreshed. Restore body and mind in a luxurious, tranquil setting. Detox, purify and leave your skin feeling fresh, smooth and moisturized with our multi-tasking body scrubs and wraps.

Nail Care

The Spa en El Bosque offers a suite of professional nail care services.  Let our technicians nourish and polish your hands and feet, so you can hit the beach looking and feeling your best. Paraffin treatments can be added to any service to soften skin, increase circulation and restore hydration.


Inspired by the abundance of natural resources, our products feature indigenous ingredients and one-of-a-kind aromas allowing our guests to take a part of Rancho Santana back with them. Our salt is sourced locally from neighboring salt farms while coconut oil, sugar, and coffee come from various regions of Nicaragua.