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Not only the lowest spot on earth, but also the saltiest and most mineral-laden body of water in the world, the Dead Sea, which joins Israel and Jordan, is legendary as a source of healing, and has become a popular center for health, rehabilitation...more
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I drove from Jerusalem to Masada along the Dead Sea. Magnificent road trip not to be missed and Masada was sublime. But at some point on my way back I received a message from my mobile data provider that I reached my monthly quota in...More
The Deadsea lost all of it's glamour as far as it had any. The waterlevel has dropped a lot, which make it difficult for the entrepreneurs to keep things up. The places where you can go in the water are messy and dirty. There are...More
Really enjoyed the 2.5 hours spent relaxing here and could have easily spent more time. The area my party entered the sea was a park that included not just the beach but pools, change rooms, bathrooms, competing souvenir and beauty product shops, snack and drink...More
A must visit and to float in the sea and getting the mud spa. Very unique feeling to float in the Dead Sea. Just make sure not to get the seawater into your eyes.. stings very badly. It tasted also nasty.
More than 400m below sea level! The only place in the world where you can see daylight that deep. In the town of En Bokek several resorts can be found with access to the Dead See. We visited the Crowne Plaza. The hotel allows you...More
There is a lot of hype about the Dead Sea sands. The high mineral content of the Dead Sea makes it virtually impossible for anyone to sink in it. Swimming or floating in the water is a unique experience. The sands one the beach are...More
Our guide had suggested spending two days and a night here between our touring of the Galilee, etc. and going up to Jerusalem. It was a brilliant plan, and gave us free time to catch up on some R&R, float in the Dead Sea, soak...More