With the imposing peaks of the Hadjar Mountains behind you and the glittering Gulf of Oman in front of you, you will discover the Six Senses Zighy Bay, which is a true insider tip.
Start into the day with a rich breakfast buffet in the colorful Spice Garden restaurant. In the evening, multi-course menus including local and national specialties await you here. The Summer House by the pool is the perfect location for a light lunch or a scoop of homemade ice cream. For special occasions, we recommend the Sense on the Edge, situated high in the mountains. Spanish tapas are served with spectacular views down into the valley. Just as impressive is dinner under the tent roofs of the beach restaurant Shua Shack, grilled dishes and oriental mezze enrich the menu here. Fancy a drink? Treat yourself to a mocktail or cocktail at the Zighy Bar or explore the well-stocked wine cellar with a tasting.
Swimming, diving, wellness - anyone who thinks that the leisure activities in this part of Oman are already exhausted is mistaken, the rugged mountain landscape has a few more surprises in store. The rocky plateaus above the resort are perfect for paragliding and provide a perfect start to a carefree flying adventure. The center of Dibba, some 14 km away, will also amaze you with its magnificent historical buildings and fortresses. If you prefer to enjoy the fresh breeze on the water, you can set sail in a traditional dhow boat. Furthermore, a visit to the resort's own organic garden is both educational and informative.
Located in the pristine northern part of Oman, the Musandam peninsula presents itself as an exciting alternative to the glittering world of Dubai or Abu Dhabi. Bordered by only the Hadjar Mountains, the beautiful coastal landscape offers perfect conditions for marine and sun enthusiasts. The dazzling coral reefs with their inhabitants such as sea turtles, exotic fish and dinoflagellates, which are fireflies of the seas that provide impressive underwater light spectacles, invite you to dive and snorkel. The ascent into the rather steeply rising mountains is also worthwhile - on the way you will be spoilt with ever new coastal panoramas.