Six Senses Zighy Bay has announced that it will be re-opening the resort on 30th November, subject to border restrictions. Nestled in Oman’s dramatic Musandam Peninsula, where rugged mountains dive into the vibrant waters of the Gulf of Oman, Six Senses Zighy Bay provides a sanctuary to relax in an authentic Omani atmosphere. With private indigenous style villas, all with an accompanying infinity pool, memorable dining experiences, and a plethora of unique experiences – including a paraglide arrival – the resort is the perfect place to end 2020 on a high.
For larger families and groups, the resort has refurbished it’s four and three-bedroom beachfront villas: The Reserve and Retreats, with new furnishings sourced from the region for a modern take on the rustic design of the resort.
Guests travelling from the UAE will have to present a negative PCR test (received no more than 96 hours beforehand) at Dibba border, whilst those travelling from Oman will have to present a negative PCR test before entering the UAE. Aaron McGrath, General Manager, said: “We’re delighted to be able re-open the resort and that we can get back to doing what we do best, providing unforgettable experiences.
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