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The Lowest Place on Earth, What Will You Find There?

The Dead Sea is over 2,300 ft. below sea level at its deepest part. In fact, it gets saltier the deeper one goes.  The salt deposits on its banks can be seen from the shores because the water is up to 35$ dissolved salts. This is why it’s called the Dead Sea, because no animal […]

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The Magic of Dead Sea Mud

26 May, 2015 Read More
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Extreme Dead Sea Biking

17 May, 2015 Read More
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Tosca at Masada – June 4, 6, 11 and 13

10 May, 2015 Read More

Events in the Dead Sea

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    Midburn Festival More >

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    Walk about Love More >

  • 12/03/2015

    The Gran Fondo Arad – Dead Sea More >

TOURISM & VACATIONS

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Dead Sea Hotels

The perfect balance between recreation and spa  A vacation at the Dead Sea is always a special experience like no...

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Expert Hiking

The Dead Sea area and the Judean desert offer a variety of hiking paths and day trips for everyone. If you are looking for...

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The Masada Museum

The Masada Museum at Masada National Park — a great way to learn the site’s rich history on your next trip to Israel...

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Did You Know ?

The Dead Sea is 423 meters (1388 feet) below sea level, the lowest place on earth.

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