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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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We did our best in order to avoid hotels and enjoying our time in Death Sea independiently. We were adviced to go to a beach kept by beduines close to the resort Port of Death Sea. The result were terrible plenty of garbage. I think...More
We had been to the Dead Sea when we were in Israel, but wanted to take a quick stop in Feb. 2018. Could have just seen it from the road. When we swam in it before, we were soft as babies--not the same effect just...More
This is such a weird sensation getting into the sea and just floating. Rocky walk into the sea and the shore line drops away quite quickly. Don’t let the salt water in your eyes or mouth we saw the results of this happening to others....More
Salt lake also known as Dead Sea due to high content of dissolved minerals preventing most of the life from being present in the water. It’s almost impossible to drown in this body of water as long as swimming on the back. Most of nice...More
This is amanzingn place if you are in jordan then it would be in your travel list.You need to keep clean water with you like bottle because Dead Sea water is salty.The dead sea water create problem if he drop in your eyes.Then,you need clean...More
We had a great day covering ourselves with mud, which made our skin very smooth indeed, and playing around in the extremely salty water (make sure you do not get the water in your eyes as it stings pretty bad).
The sea lived up to...More
We found the "Locals Beach" which is on the Dead Sea Highway. We really wanted to experience floating in the Dead Sea without the ridiculous expense of the resort hotels. The locals beach was great. Many friendly people down there. We were there just before...More
I bought both body and face creams and the soft mud, which is really great especially for skin with acne. I bought them in a shop on the way between Madaba and the Dead Sea, it was included as a stop and I find them very good
Would definitely recommend hiring a car. It’s cheaper and gives you the benefit of touring on your own time. Bear in mind, sites to see are somewhat spread out so having your own vehicle will definitely work... More
Would definitely recommend hiring a car. It’s cheaper and gives you the benefit of touring on your own time. Bear in mind, sites to see are somewhat spread out so having your own vehicle will definitely work out. My wife and I hired and was the best thing we could have done. Roads are decent with little traffic especially once out of a major area. Take the plunge 😊 it’s fun and you will definitely remember your trip this way.