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Welcome to the Dead Sea
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Welcome to the Dead Sea

Welcome to the Dead Sea

Deadsea travel guide

Scientists are still puzzling over the geological factors that created the remarkable body of water known as the Dead Sea, which lies further beneath sea level than any other spot on earth. For visitors, there is no mystery. This extremely dense and saline sea, which has a far

greater concentration of minerals than any of the oceans, and is
unable to support any life form, is the source of life-giving properties to all who choose to bathe in it.
Floating on the sea is not just fun, it relaxes the body and does the skin and the joints a world of good. The therapeutic black mud, found exclusively on the shores of the Dead Sea,does wonders for everyone’s complexion.

The Judean Desert has always attracted people seeking spiritual refuge from the world. The archeological discoveries at nearby Qumran, where the 2,000 year old Dead Sea Scrolls were discoverd in ancient pottery jars, show us how the Essenes created their unique settlements deep in the heart of the desert.

Visit The Ein Gedi and Kalia Kibbutzim for an Ideal family visit and an Israeli cultural experience.

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David Hotel Dead Sea Resort and Spa

David Hotel Dead Sea Resort and Spa

David Hotel Dead Sea Resort and Spa is the largest and most luxurious hotel in the Dead Sea. Guests can enjoy a rich international menu at the hotel's "Bazaar" restaurant - the main restaurant of the David Dead Sea Hotel - with 606 well-designed, spacious rooms. Each room has a balcony overlooking the Dead Sea. Guests can enjoy the dairy restaurant "Ein Mebar," with a stunning view and a rich menu in the lobby. At the "Splash" restaurant, guests can eat grilled meats and light meals by the pool. In addition, the hotel has a pampering spa with seawater pools, a sulfur pool, a jacuzzi, dry and wet saunas, a gym, a squash court, and more. The David Dead Sea Hotel has a spa that offers massages and body treatments. (Entry to the spa will be restricted to those aged 16 and older) Here is what the reviews said: The reviews are a mix of positive and negative feedback about a hotel. The positive reviews highlight the hotel's excellent food, spa facilities, cleanliness, and polite staff. However, some negative feedback includes issues with room allocation, lack of child-friendly activities, cold pool temperature, poor pool maintenance, staff, and lack of pre-visit customer service. Some reviewers also mentioned the need for renovations and maintenance, inconvenient access to the Dead Sea, and some missing amenities in the rooms. Overall, the reviews suggest that while the hotel has its good points, there are also areas for improvement.

Experience the Ultimate Relaxation at Enjoy Dead Sea Hotel: Your Oasis of Calm and Comfort

Experience the Ultimate Relaxation at Enjoy Dead Sea Hotel: Your Oasis of Calm and Comfort

Welcome to Enjoy Dead Sea Hotel, formerly known as Daniel Hotel! We invite you to experience a holiday like no other, surrounded by calm blue sea, mesmerizing desert landscape, and good company with friends and family. Our innovative hospitality concept places you at the center, allowing you to tailor your vacation to your unique preferences. Whether you're interested in consolidating activities with your children, spa tourism, heritage tours, scenic tours, lectures and workshops, or physical therapy, we've got you covered. Our friendly staff will be at your disposal for any request, and will tailor a personal content package for you, adapted to families, groups, and guests of any age. If you need a break from the race of everyday life, Enjoy Dead Sea Hotel offers you a holiday in the Dead Sea that combines an experience of recreation, leisure, spa, and nature in the Ein Bokek hotel area. Our 302 pampering rooms and suites, large pool, luxurious spa complex, and spacious green areas await you here, along with countless offers for local experiences in the oasis. Our restaurant offers an abundance of fresh and seasonal produce from the field, seafood, meats, and pastries, alongside chef's dishes, fresh salads, and mouth-watering desserts. And our spa complex encourages you to shed the stresses of everyday life, and take a dip in one of our sulfur pools, the Dead Sea water, the wave pool, and the jacuzzi, before sinking into one of our comfortable chairs, breathing, and relaxing. Our hotel rooms are spacious, comfortable, and modern, with 11 luxury suites and a presidential suite with a private pool facing the sea and the pool. A large part of the rooms overlook the views of the Dead Sea and the Moab mountains. All rooms have wide beds, a comfortable sitting area, and local mosaic decorations in the foyer and bathrooms. Our outdoor pool invites you to connect to its inner and calm rhythm, play with the children, go wild, and create experiences for a lifetime, between manicured lawns in front of the spectacular view of the desert. A beach awaits you a few minutes' walk away, at no additional cost to hotel guests. On the beach, you'll find chairs, pergolas, and a paved path that leads visitors safely directly to the Dead Sea. The unique spa complex extends over two floors, and includes a Dead Sea water pool, a sulfur pool, a jacuzzi, dry and wet sauna rooms, and a fully equipped gym. We also offer a wide variety of health and leisure activities for guests vacationing with us, including health, beauty, and nutrition lectures, active activities such as yoga, morning walks, Zumba, water aerobics, Pilates, and more. And apart from the spa complex, the hotel has a variety of services, facilities, and unique attractions in the Dead Sea, allowing you to organize all your evening and night activities without leaving the hotel! Families with children are more than welcome to stay with us, as we have a magical palace-like children's club, where children are invited to record, create, and play. Our staff is prepared to plan creative, interesting, and enriching activities suitable for all ages. And if you're interested in exploring the surrounding area, our hotel is ideally situated for local experiences around the Dead Sea, with dramatic desert cliffs, magical hidden springs, and a natural wonder from one end to the other. The Ein Bokek area and the surrounding area are the perfect setting for a solidifying family vacation, a happy gathering of friends, and group trips. So, what are you waiting for? Book your stay at Enjoy Dead Sea Hotel now, and experience a holiday you'll never forget!

Masada - world heritage site a tourist destination by the Dead Sea

Masada - world heritage site a tourist destination by the Dead Sea

Masada is the most visited site of all the archaeological sites in Israel and one of its main tourist attractions. It contains ancient palaces and fortifications located on top of an isolated rock plateau in a stunning desert site overlooking the Dead Sea. And it holds a great historical value, too. Masada (meaning 'fortress' in Hebrew) became known for its attributed mythic significance in the First Jewish-Roman War (also known as the Great Jewish Revolt). In the first century A.D. nearly a thousand Jewish rebels who believed in zero-tolerance toward the Roman rule took over the fortress and were surrounded by the Roman army, which left behind the most complete siege works in the world. When defeat appeared imminent, the rebels chose to commit suicide instead of giving in and spending the rest of their lives as slaves. This made Mesada a symbol of the human spirit’s yearning for freedom. The Israel Nature and Parks Protection Authority had expertly restored the ruins of Masada, so visitors can almost re-live the last days of this heroic story's main characters. The latest attraction is the remarkable new museum, with nine dramatically lit rooms displaying some precious finds alongside life-size statues. In the Masada museum, visitors can easily picture the lives and deaths of these Jewish fugitives, who refused to surrender. Beyond the mythic importance of this site, you will find the Dead Sea and desert mountains views absolutely stupendous. The cliffs on the east edge of this Dead Sea site are about 1,300 feet high and the cliffs on the west are about 300 feet high. The fortress can be reached from two directions today - either from the Dead Sea in the east, via the original and steep "snake path", or from the west on a path built from the old Roman ramp, offering an easier climb or a cable car. Masada is a world heritage site and a very popular tourist destination. It is definitely one of your must-see sites while visiting the holy land. Visitors can stay at many of the hotels located at the Dead sea Ein Bokek area, Ein Gedi, and Kalia.

The Dead Sea: A Unique Tourist Destination with Healing Properties
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