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For the best views and to beat the heat aim for a sunrise view. We stayed in Arad (20% the cost of staying at Dead Sea) and took the only road into the western side. Note that the drive in from Arad is along a...More
A magnificent place with a history of 2000 years ago . Here King Herod the Great made his palace with the intention of being a refuge from his enemy Cleopatra. But in addition, it was the place where Zealots and some Essene refugees resisted the...More
Ok. If you ever have the chance to visit, go for it! I've seen pictures before I go, but nothing can prepare you for the amazing view and feeling of this place!
Although it was very hot (I visited in the summer), it's easy to...More
A trip to Masada combines several attractions - the beautiful road trip leading to the site throughout the desert landscape , the Dead Sea scenery and if you’re lucky, you will be spotting camels grazing in their oasis.
Before organising your trip, be aware that...More
A must see when in Israel and you have already ticked the boxes for Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Combine it with a visit to the Dead Sea, either at the Northern Kalia Beach or the Southern beach at Ein Bokek.
It’s a two hour drive from...More
My pastor recommended I visit here when he heard I was coming. He said it was a must-see. He was right! The views are phenomenal! I took a day trip from Tel Aviv. It isn't a long drive and you get stunning views of the...More
This is a unique kind of place that is definitely worth a visit if you have the time. We combined a visit here with a short visit to Ein Gedi and a stop at the Dead Sea. It was a bit rushed to do all...More
There is SO much history here...a place David wrote about in the Psalms, one of Herod's 6 Fortress Palaces AND where the zealots did a brave and valiant act before being taken over by the Romans in the 1st war. There are layers upon layers...More