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Dead Sea

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USD 55.00*
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Private Day Trip to the Dead Sea, the Largest Natural Spa in the World
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USD 150.00*
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Desert Safari and Dead Sea Day Trip from Jerusalem
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USD 89.00*
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Dead Sea Spa and Wellness Trip from Tel Aviv
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  • Very good20%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It is an experience everyone should have at least once. Make sure you have a pair of flip flops or sandals. The sand is HOT! Enjoy the float and the mud pack. Beware of giant blocks of salt in your path. I'm glad we had...More

Thank Emese H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The title speaks for itself! I was genuinely taken back by the mechanics of how I was floating around like an inflatable bed without any effort! It really was such an experience and a must if you are around Jordan or Israel. To top this...More

Thank Stephen M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A very scenic drive from Tel Aviv passing by Jericho and the Jordan river, seeing the Bedouin habitats strung along the edge of the Judean desert, various camel sightings, getting a camel ride ... Must get in and experience 0-flotation or 0-gravity-like feeling. Muddy up...More

Thank colsgf
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Phenomenal place. People always talk about the lowest point in the world and that we can float on the sea but no one mentions how beautiful it is. The blue blends with the red minerals and mountains which then blends into the blue sky. Highly...More

Thank youke_worldwide
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

So glad to have been to the Dead Sea , so thankful to have been able to take a dip They warn you to not let the water in your eyes or mouth - they're right when they give warnings - I slipped and ended...More

Thank jennywelsh2017
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you're in Israel, you absolutely MUST visit the Dead Sea. If I were doing it all over again, I would have done more research and found a spot where you can pick up the mud straight from the sea floor and slather it on...More

1  Thank Buhrdy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I always wanted to float in the Dead Sea but I was afraid the water might be too cold. We went the end of April and much to my surprise it was quite pleasant. No problem staying in the water for an extended period of...More

Thank KenJoan2014
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very unusual experience to float in the dead sea. Salt is extremely concentrated - like a jelly, not really water. Do not stay long in water as skin can be irritated. Temperature is +10-15 C higher vs Tel-Aviv, sun is very aggressive. The place itself...More

Thank Podstrelova
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We were at Ein-Bokek beach at the dead sea. The beach is clean and you can change cloths and take a shower to wash the salt. There are supermarkets and restaurants near. We had great time and lots of fun. Just be careful not to...More

2  Thank Leon H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our guide and driver brought us to Kalia Beach because we wanted to be in a section of the Dead Sea where there was a restaurant, showers, lockers, shops and beach chairs. The restaurant was a bit pricey but we were hungry after our morning...More

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1. Is it safe to leave luggage in the rental car while at Ein Bokek public Beach? 2. What is the parking fee? Thanks
21 May 2017|
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Response from Manuel R | Reviewed this property |
I didnn`t saw any issue with the parked cars at all. Area is under surveillance of ISraeli police. THe police station is at the parking entrance of the Ein Bokek public beach.
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What is the best public beach on a stop from Masada toward Jerusalem? Thank you kindly in advance!
6 April 2017|
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Response from VisitIsrael | Reviewed this property |
There are no public beaches between Masada and Jerusalem. You have to options: 1. public beach at Ein Boqek which is about 15 ride south of Masada 2. one of the private beaches at the northern end -- Qalya, Neve Midbar or... More
Claudia W
I am planning a day trip to Dead Sea alone. What should I take with me? Where should I have lunch and where should I go to have proper shower and shop?
30 March 2017|
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