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Dead Sea full Tour

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Dead Sea Tour - bathe in the Dead Sea - the lowest point in earth


See the unique beauty of the Judean Desert


Drive past Qumran - where the Dead Sea scrolls were found


Drive past Jericho - one of the oldest cities in the world





No trip to Israel, however short, is complete without a visit to the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth, a body of water so incredibly salty (seven times saltier than ocean water) that swimmers float along the surface.


You'll descend from Tel Aviv or Jerusalem down into the stunning desolation of the Judean Desert and drive along the scenic coast of the Dead Sea, flanked by the looming mountains of Moab on the Jordanian side, until you arrive at the Dead Sea Mineral Beach for a day of unique fun and relaxation.


You can visit the hot springs, where you'll slather yourself in mineral-rich, invigorating Dead Sea mud (the same stuff sold in expensive beauty products worldwide), and then take part in the photo-ready on-your-back float through the water of the Dead Sea while holding a newspaper. It's tradition.


The sun and heat are intense; be sure to bring a head covering, sunblock, water, swimsuit, towel and beach sandals.


This tour's itinerary is subject to change. All local operator contact details are included on the confirmation voucher, and the operator will gladly answer all of your questions after booking.



  • Transportation to and from your hotel.


  • You will be accompanied at all times by a bilingual licensed tour guide who speaks English and a second language.


Tour runs: Sunday-Saturday


Pick up from the lobby of your hotel as follows:


  • 6:30am Netanya hotels 


  • 7:00am Herzliya hotels 


  • 7:20am Tel Aviv hotels 


  • 9:00am Jerusalem hotels


Return between 5:00pm - 6:30pm at the hotel pick-up.

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