Get out to some of the excellent locations on a snorkeling excursion, where you can see the vibrant colors found on the reef and the schools of fish that adorn them.
We set off on the open ocean with our best local fisherman to try and catch some great tasting fish called Sheary, using traditional hand lines. If you manage to land one of these tasy Sheary of the correct size, we can deliver it to our chefs to bake, grill or steam it especially for you!
Six Senses practices sustainable fish policies as directed by the "Choose Wisely" campaign from World Wildlife Fund.
This easy trek explores the village of the Sabatyn plateau. After a scenic one hour 4x4 drive from Zighy Bay, we reach the plateau 1200 meters above sea level. We then continue to Sabatyn; this village stretches along a mountainside with wonderful views down to Wadi Al Bih.
The village contains an abundance of petroglyphs, stone towers and ancient houses that were once home to farmers tending their large terraced fields. After exploring Sabatyn we climb up to a small village with its cooling subterranean air stream. We continue our trek to our vehicles for the scenic drive home.
Also enjoy our Sunset Sabatyn excursion: Enjoy a winding drive to the Sabatyn plateau. After finding the perfect spot you will have a selection of canapés and sparkling wine over a campfire as you watch the sun setting over the spectacular mountains.
During the summer months at Zighy Bay, Sabatyn may be deferred until 01 September.
Whether you want to try diving for the first time in your life, a leisurely dive or a dive course, you will be able to see Oman’s most spectacular reefs and rock formations plus a colorful selection of marine life. As the scuba diving excursions will be operated in cooperation with SSI / PADI certified diving instructors, please contact your butler or the Experiences Team for detailed information on sites and any other relevant issues.
Hop in a kayak and drift into the Musandam’s world of secluded beaches and bays, stopping whenever you feel like it and taking a close-up look at the unique flora and fauna.