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Treat Your Family To An Unforgettable Ramadan Celebration At Six Senses Zighy Bay

Six Senses Zighy Bay is creating an unforgettable experience for your family this Ramadan, fusing tradition with their philosophy of barefoot luxury with the Beauty of Ramadan* package.


Enjoy a personal and private escape in your secluded villa, where you can dine on fresh juices, homemade pastries, local mezzes, and free range eggs in your villa to begin your spiritual day. Afterwards, spend your time relaxing under the date palms by your own dedicated pool or take advantage of the state-of-the-art spa, open extended hours during Ramadan.
 
At sunset, festivities begin as Six Senses Zighy Bay’s award-winning culinary team treat you to an outstanding selection of Arabic specialties for Iftar in the heart of the resort at Spice Market. The Ramadan Sense of Flavours menu offers guests a large selection of mezzes served family-style, followed by addas shorba and fatta laban before a delectable selection of main courses and Omani desserts.
 
Continue the family fun with Suhour Majlis, located centrally next to Maktabah, with board games and plush settees creating an enjoyable atmosphere. Complimentary nightly Cinema Paradiso at 23:00 will showcase Arabic and Western modern and classic movies. Choose from our selection of popcorn flavours to enhance the evening.
 
For an extra special twist on the traditional Suhour, take an exclusive Suhour Dow Cruise** on the Bay of Oman to Zighy’s neighbouring bay, Al Haffa. Sail under the stars as the light sounds of an Oud pipe through the air. Fresh juices and homemade pastries follow an ornate selection of mezzes before returning to Spice Market for hot breakfast offerings prior to Fajr.
 
*The Beauty of Ramadan is $540 per night, based on two adults sharing and includes Daily Breakfast in Spice Market or Suhour in villa, daily Iftar in Spice Market and access to Suhour Majlis. Child supplement is $35; additional adult supplement is $100. Prices inclusive of 2% Carbon Sense Fund; exclusive of 9 % government tax and 8.4 % resort service charge. Promotion is valid throughout Ramadan.
 
** Suhour Dhow Cruise is $105 for adults and $80 for children. This cruise is available overnight each Friday from 01:00 – 03:00 am. Prices are subject to 9 % tax and 8.4 % service charge and include Suhour. Reservations are necessary.
 

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