Six Senses Zighy Bay launches cruise package for Eid Al Adha

The cruise explores Musandam, Oman and offers private accommodation and included meals

Six Senses Zighy Bay launches Musandam cruise package for Eid Al Adha which includes private accommodation and included meals
Six Senses Zighy Bay launches Musandam cruise package for Eid Al Adha which includes private accommodation and included meals

The Six Senses Zighy Bay, located at Musandam in Oman is a cluster of 82 pool villas in the foothills of the Hajar Mountains. The property has relaunched the Dhahab, a 90 foot traditional vessel to carry guests on a cruise through the Omani Sea during Eid Al Adha.

The Dhahab offers passengers one king bed cabin, two twin bed cabins and bathrooms, all of which can accommodate six people. The cruise begins at Zighy Marina, passes through the Haffa and Sanat bays, continues along Lima Bay and anchors at Khor Kabahl, before finally returning to Zighy Marina at Six Senses Zighy Bay.

The packages offered are either for three days and two nights or for two days and one night. They are inclusive of all meals and house beverages, speed boat excursions, on-board spa and yoga sessions, diving experiences and kayaking, snorkelling, fishing and cooking classes. All diving and spa bookings must be made beforehand.

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