May 26, 2021
On the menu: refined meals, water sports, fishing, snorkeling or scuba diving, mountain biking, archery, climbing, canyoning or bootcamp for the more seasoned.
CHECK-IN We arrive at the scene by paragliding from a hill 500 meters high, by speedboat or aboard a 4×4 on a stony track. The Six Senses Zighy Bay nestles in the north of Oman, on the Musandam Peninsula, nearly two hours drive from Dubai, perched under a spectacular cliff, on the edge of a sandy beach and the opal blue sea of the Gulf of Oman.
GET A ROOM This secluded resort was designed like a traditional Omani village: the individual villas are enhanced by an oasis-style setting, with sandy tracks and over 11,000 palm trees. The 82 villas with private pool and lounge are built in local stone, wood and other discreet and rustic materials. The most beautiful are those by the sea, ideal for enjoying a perfect view of the starry night, lulled by the sound of the waves.
HEART PUMPING People come here to relax in a perfect climate, mainly from November to March. On the menu: refined meals, water sports, fishing, snorkeling or scuba diving, mountain biking, archery, climbing, canyoning or bootcamp for the more seasoned. For a breathtaking view, nothing beats the ULM to explore the surroundings. Local guides offer tours through desert nature, along mountain trails to secret beaches. In the Six Senses spa, the emphasis is on detox and rejuvenation.
CHECK-OUT From 765 euros per night for two people.