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Dead Sea Travel

The Dead Sea area is warm, sunny and dry year round but most importantly – it is a true natural wonder. The lowest place on the face of the earth offers a wondrous mix of therapeutic properties and a particularly calm and serene atmosphere.

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The Hotels

  • Carmel Forest Spa Resort
  • The Carlton Tel Aviv Hotel
  • Isrotel Dead Sea Hotel
  • Isrotel Royal Beach Hotel, Eilat

For years, Dead Sea travel has been a part of every visitor’s itinerary, as it offers a wondrous mix of medicinal and therapeutic properties that have succeeded in healing millions of people from around the world. The Dead Sea area is warm, sunny and dry year round but most importantly – it is a true natural wonder. It is the lowest place on the face of the earth and its waters hold such an incredible amount of salt, that swimmers will find it exceptionally easy to float with absolutely no effort on their part.

As much as 33% of the water is actually salts, a fact that explains why fish and any other living creature simply cannot reside in its water. The Dead Sea does in fact leave no chance for animals to live, but its healing properties actually give life to humans. The richness in minerals, the springs, the therapeutic mud and the unique climate of the area is what makes the Dead Sea a perfect spot for curing ailments in its many retreats, treatment centers, and spas.

Major Dead Sea Travel points of interest you just can’t miss:

Ein Gedi

 Located on the shore of the Dead Sea, this natural oasis is probably one of the most exciting places for those looking for major attractions during their Dead Sea travel. Its access to three major types of water (Salty Dead Sea water, the fresh water from waterfalls located on the nearby nature reserve and the sulfur water from the Ein Gedi spa) make it a real treat for everyone.


At the northern tip of the Dead Sea stands Massada, an exceptional landmark in the shape of an isolated rock plateau, famous for one of the last battles in the great Jewish revolt.

Qumran National Park

In the late 1940’s, a young sheppard entered a cave in the Judean desert and uncovered jars filled with ancient scrolls, also known as the “Dead Sea Scrolls”. It is possible to see the cave in which they were found, and other structures that were excavated. 

Dead Sea Travel can be very rewarding, uncovering more natural and historical secrets than you thought possible.

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