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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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Floating in the dead sea is just a great feeling, there are several places you can get in for free, in En Bokek is a public beach with fresh water shower, heading to south you can find some "wild" beaches with fresh water wells. After...More
I found my tirp to the dead sea so fun.
The sun and the pool was so perfect the people i meet friendly people they so funny i had a good company they were a party guys the type that you should to hang with...More
It is a amazing experience to actually float in the dead sea. Got to be be careful with exposed wounds. We were there in December and it was 24 Celsius and sunny. No tourists in sight when we were there, and we didn’t need to...More
I never went in water and had a hard time touching the bottom. There’s 35% salt in this water and because of that you literally float. It’s so cool. Not to mention the mud and water cleans your skin and when you leave the water...More
The Dead Sea is really amazing! The minerals are so rich and there is so much salt it is incredible. The lowest point on earth, it does not disappoint.
You can cover yourself in the Dead Sea mud for a great skin treatment. You can...More
For me, this was a bucket list event. Not only is it the lowest point on the earth, the sea also allows one's entire body to float. And believe it or not...it really does that!
It was a little freaky simply floating there. Try as...More
This is the lowest spot on earth and the deepest saltiest lake in the world. This place should be on your bucket list. We went there one December morning. To my surprise the water was quite comfortable, everyone in our group floated in the salty...More
I did Kalia Beach, it was an organized bus tour so we didn't have other options. From what I found it, it's the best beach when it comes to facilities and there is an entry charge. There are two other beaches with fewer... More
I did Kalia Beach, it was an organized bus tour so we didn't have other options. From what I found it, it's the best beach when it comes to facilities and there is an entry charge. There are two other beaches with fewer facilities and they are free, means fewer crowds also. I think it all comes down to you getting lucky with the timing. Hopefully when you arrive the big tour buses would be missing. (We ourselves were on one and there were 15+ of them standing in the parking lot)