Zoo offers MASSAGE from a 110lb Burmese Python in the Philippines

Massage with a twissst! Zoo in the Philippines offers tourists relaxation treatment with a 110lb albino Burmese Python as masseuse

  • A zoo in the Philippines is offering tourists a ‘relaxation’ session with a twist
  • Experience involves a 50kg albino Burmese Python massaging them 
  • The treatment is available at the Crocodile Park in Davao City

A zoo in the Philippines is offering tourists a ‘relaxation’ session with a sneaky twist.

Those brave enough to try out the apparently soothing experience will have a 110lb (50kg) albino Burmese Python massage them.

Footage shows the cold blooded snake slither over a woman’s body, making for a cool, refreshing massage due to their hefty weight and low body temperature. 

But this bizarre treat isn’t for the faint-hearted as a worker from the Crocodile Park in Davao City, Philippines, explains. 

A zoo in the Philippines is offering tourists a ‘relaxation’ session with a sneaky twist

‘The key to enjoying the snake massage is to relax, like any other massage,’ he says.

‘Burmese Pythons are very friendly, but they can sense if you are tense and that makes them uneasy. 


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‘They are of course known for constricting their prey, but as long as they are not coiled around you they are very friendly. 

‘This is why we have people lay on their back, allowing the snakes to slither back and forth over the stomach or back of the person. 

Those brave enough to try out the experience will have a 50kg albino Burmese Python massage them

Footage shows the cold blooded snake slither over a woman’s body, making for a cool, refreshing massage due to their hefty weight and low body temperature

‘We have found that they provide the perfect balance between pressure for the muscles and a refreshing sensation due to their cold, scaly skin.’ 

Renalyn Jainga, who filmed her recent trip to Crocodile Park in Davao City, Philippines, said: ‘It is well worth it for 100 piso (£1.40). 

‘After I calmed down and relaxed a bit it was very nice. The skin is very cold and soothing. But at first I was a little jumpy.’ 

The Burmese Python is native to southern and southeastern Asia. 

They are found in tropic and subtropical areas, usually in trees and often near water. 

But this bizarre treat isn’t for the faint-hearted as a worker from the Crocodile Park in Davao City, Philippines, explains

‘The key to enjoying the snake massage is to relax, like any other massage,’ he says

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