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Ein Bokek Beach

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Ein Bokek Beach

551 Reviews
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Tour through the Negev Desert & the Dead Sea
US$1,870.13 per adult
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GoKEDEM Masada, DeadSea Camel Ride & Beduin Feast Tour From Tel Aviv
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GoKEDEM Masada, DeadSea Camel Ride & Beduin Feast Tour From Tel Aviv

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Visiting Masada is a must while in Israel, but getting to the remote desert location can be tricky, especially if you’re on a time budget. This private Masada tour from Tel Aviv makes visiting easy. Not only does it include all transportation from the coast to the desert, but it also includes an off-road ride on Maale Yair trail and a traditional Israeli lunch.
US$458.00 per adult
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Dan M wrote a review Oct 2020
Tel Aviv, Israel14,334 contributions3,959 helpful votes
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Why the best? Because it is very well equipped: plenty of shade, many showers, taps to wash your feet, dressing rooms, and again plenty of shade. Shade is utterly important as the heat can be very hard on you. The Dead Sea is unique in the world and its oily water (yes, the feeling is oily) allows you to float without any effort. Again, a unique experience. I have attached plenty of pictures to show how it looks, if I could only make you feel the heat and the incredible silence there, as if the whole area were covered by a sound suppressing device. You have to be there to feel, and you'll never forget it, never ever.
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Date of experience: September 2020
4 Helpful votes
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Temper43 wrote a review Aug 2020
Panama City, Panama1,138 contributions349 helpful votes
Right where the Dead Sea Mall is located and next to the hotels, you have a large beach with plenty of chairs, and shade to sit and enjoy a swim in the sea, water was very warm, the water is so clear, but remember this is evaporation huge pool, so you will see a lot of salt, walking on it can be a bit rough, and there is no mud here, unless you buy it in one of the stores in the Mall. Mud is one of the nice features of the Dead Sea and that you can have it on the northern shores of the sea, still is a very clean and well organized area, with showers and places to change, so is a free alternative. Only during the summer you do not pay parking, but that is a small charge
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Juho Ä wrote a review Mar 2020
Espoo, Finland244 contributions19 helpful votes
One of the most well known attractions in Israel! Stopped here just to take a dip into the Dead see, as you cannot really call it swimming either. Amazing experience!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Lex B wrote a review Mar 2020
Thornlands, Australia41 contributions16 helpful votes
If you are visiting Israel then you definitely need to check out this area of the Dead Sea. The water here is much more salty then the water in the northern end of the Dead Sea and it is also crystal clear. There is no ‘mud’ in this part of the Dead Sea but you can bury packets of it almost everywhere and smear it on yourself if you want the Dead Sea Mud Experience. The water is extremely salty and you really have to make sure you don’t get any in your eyes...even getting it on your face stings after a little while. The experience of floating on the salty sea is amazing and you will be surprised at just how buoyant you are. One of the wonderful things to do in this end of the Dead Sea is to explore the incredible Salt deposits along the edge of the Dead Sea. They form weird sculptures, flat platforms of salt, and strange white ‘icebergs’ of salt. Lots of great photo opportunities in this area so take you camera and have some fun. Just remember that the salt along the endless of the Dead Sea is ‘hard and quite sharp’...so make sure you wear some sort of water-friendly shoes.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Brian M wrote a review Mar 2020
Montrose, United Kingdom1,558 contributions412 helpful votes
There are free beach areas as well as the private beaches and there are plenty of changing areas, showers and toilets. It is an easy place to get to, toexperience a dip in the Dead Sea.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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