5 Luxury Services That Cost Nothing in the Wild

Waterfall Massage
A natural waterfall massage (like this one in Butterfly Valley, Turkey) sure beats the one in the spa. Kenan Olgun/iStock/Thinkstock

Lots of spas offer waterfall massages, and they can easily run $100 or more. Indulge in your own waterfall massage anytime you'd like by stepping underneath one created by Mother Nature herself. While waterfalls don't lie around every corner, they're not as difficult to find as you might think. Innumerable state parks and forests contain accessible waterfalls, with low or no entrance fees.

A set of five diverse waterfalls is tucked within Connecticut's Enders State Forest, for example, while California's Point Reyes National Seashore is home to the spectacular Alamere Falls, a rare tidefall where the water tumbles right into the ocean. After the water has pounded the knots out of your body, remember to snap a photo.