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Starting with a commitment to the local environment and reducing waste, preserving the oceans by educating fisherman and sharing new ideas with guests to take home with them, one other way we support our local Dibba community is by providing education, infrastructure and strategic help to the girl’s school, Sakina Bint Al Hussein, which fosters empowerment for their students.
To truly know Oman is to know its history, ecology, and culture. Originally, the domain of Bedouin nomad, Oman’s lush northern coast lies between the sea and inland mountains and is known for its warm hospitality. So, like the brave seafarers who sailed out into the Gulf before us, let's go on our own odyssey into the Musandam's sustainability, wellness, and culture. And then come and see us to add your own chapter to our story.
Flying high at 293 meters above the azure waters of the Gulf of Oman, Sense On The Edge at Six Senses Zighy Bay is a one-of-a-kind experience in every way. It is famous for its sunrise breakfasts and Asian dinners, including the five- or seven-course Japanese set menu that follows Kaiseki principles.
Meaningful encounters are central to Six Senses Zighy Bay's ethos, - to learn, connect, and have fun. Empowering local women since 2015, the Dibba Women Association invites you to share their culture and gain a very joyous Sense of Oman.
Now you can bring everyone together, whether for milestone birthdays with the family or celebrations with groups of friends. Our newly renovated Retreats and Private Reserve enjoy the privacy of a secluded and self-sufficient enclave yet with all the benefits of our resort amenities and experiences.
Take to the seas for a truly unique escapade at Six Senses Zighy Bay. Our recently refurbished Dhahab – meaning gold in Arabic – now offers one- or two-night voyages for up to six guests for the ultimate sea-hotel adventure.
Natural stone and timber set the style for Omani-inspired private enclaves. Colorful and cool interiors lead out to personal pool areas with high cobblestone walls, sun loungers and shaded summer houses.