Dead Sea my Peacfull Place

Come, relax and enjoy Dead Sea

We traveled all around Dead Sea and created the perfect tours for you.

The Dead Sea is a body of water that lies between Israel and Jordan. What makes it unique is its salinity content, hence the name Dead Sea, because no living thing can live in its waters. However, these same waters provide healing and rejuvenation to those who swim in it because of the salt, the mineral deposits, the bromide in the air and the black mud that all together provide therapeutic pampering to tourists and locals who visit the area. In fact, even in ancient times, the Dead Sea has been known to indulge King David, King Herod and even Cleopatra.

Planning your Trip to Dead Sea

Now, the first question is what do you want to do once you get to the Dead Sea?
Is it just a relaxing holiday or do you also want to see the sights and attractions in the nearby surroundings?
You see the Dead Sea has so much more to offer than your regular tourist destination. Everything here is one of a kind and it would be a waste if you didn’t get a chance to experience all there is to experience.

Getting Around
Traveling around the Dead Sea can be quite exhausting especially if you’re not used to the weather. Buses drive around town so it’s simply a matter of getting the schedule and schedule your itinerary around it. Taxis are also abundant if you don’t mind paying a little more for the convenience. Also if you want to visit some out of town areas, it is recommended that you join group tours so you can make the most out of your day without having to worry about transportation and getting lost.

Sights and Attractions

People from all over the world flock to the Dead Sea mainly for its therapeutic properties. They are attracted to the unique spa experiences that have pampered kings and queens of the olden days. However, there are also adventure thrills, natural landmarks and religious sites that can be done and visited from the Dead Sea. Here are some of the more popular destinations:

Natural Attractions

The area around the Dead Sea has many natural wonders that continue to surprise and fascinate visitors. Here are some of them.

What you should see in Dead Sea


Ein Gedi Oasis and Nature Reserve

Mt. Sodom

Mt. Sodom is a pure geological formation made entirely out of rock salt or halite.


Massada – is one of Israel’s most famous tourist destinations.

Qumran National Park

Qumran National Park – is north of the Dead Sea, about 40 minutes drive from Jerusalem.

Therapeutic Healing Treatments

The Dead Sea is renowned for being a world center for healing and relief of suffering from a variety of illnesses. The clinics and medical centers in the Dead Sea practice the following treatments in combination with the relaxing ambience of the area:

Pictures of Dead Sea

Child-friendly attractions

Admittedly, children are intresting in sitting down and gaze at their mobile phones, but you can find few activities around the Dead Sea to make their holiday fun and interesting.

Dead Sea

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