Tourist Information

The Dead Sea is a modern tourist destination with every amenity for tourists from all over the world to feel comfortable.  A World Wonder nominee, the Dead Sea has everything you need to have the best vacation ever.

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A few things are good to know before visiting.

Language:

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 Israel is a multi-cultural hot pot with many different languages.  The most widely spoken languages in Israel are Hebrew and Arabic, but most people understand and can speak English to get by, especially in tourist areas like the hotels, restaurants, shops etc.  It is not uncommon to find multi-lingual hotel and resort employees.

Currency:

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The currency at the Dead Sea is the New Israeli Shekel (NIS).  Although most hotels will accept major kinds of foreign currency (€, £, $) the exchange rates can be high so better off at one of the many ‘Change’ shops located all over town.

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There are ATM machines that will allow you to make withdrawals in $ and some places € as well if need be.

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Israel accepts all major credit cards including Visa and MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club, Eurocard and more.  There are many online services like MoneyGram and other eWallets, which can be used to take out money.

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http://www.boi.org.il/en/Markets/ExchangeRates/Pages/Default.aspx

Weather:

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The Dead Sea is a hot environment.  The coldest months at the Dead Sea are January, February, March and December with nights and early mornings around +10°c -+16°c and days from +20°c -+25°c.  In these months, the only rain of the year falls and creates some amazing floods and incredible lightning storms.

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The rest of the year is all about sunshine with temperatures on the hottest summer days at a blistering +45°c.  Bring sunscreen no matter when you arrive and everything will be enjoyable.

Transportation:

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Getting to the Dead Sea is easily achieved from anywhere in Israel on any day other than the Sabbath (Shabbat). If you do travel on the day of rest, you will need to make private or group plans both when travelling outside a city and within city limits.

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Major cities have direct public transportation to and from the Dead Sea and many stops in the general area. There are taxi services available from the airport that can accommodate families and tour groups as well.  Additional information and assistance to get to the Dead Sea can be found at your hotel.

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Once at the Dead Sea, everything is accessible by public transportation and taxi but it is common to see people enjoying the night weather and walking across town.