Turquoise lagoons of salt and palm trees on the Dead Sea beach, Israel. Visiting the Dead Sea - The Complete guide that will help you make the most of your visit on the Israeli side of the saltiest lake in the lowest place on earth. Including the best free beaches, safety guidelines and more.
The Dead Sea is 427 meters below sea level and is the lowest place on earth. The Dead Sea is 306 m (1,004 ft) deep, the deepest hypersaline lake in the world. With 34.2% salinity (in 2011), it is also one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water - Photo credit: Victor B
Who hasn't dreamed of floating in the Dead Sea in Israel? Click through to learn 7 tips to make the best of your visit to the Dead Sea including what to expect, cost, and much more. Don't forget to save this guide to the Dead Sea to your travel board!
52 of the world’s best tourist attractions that actually live up to the hype
The Dead Sea, 9.6 times saltier than the ocean, is one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water. Herod the Great used the sea as a health resort back in the day. Discover 52 of the best attractions in the world that live up to the hype.
Dead Sea (Israel). 'Floating in the Dead Sea is one of the world’s great natural experiences. Thanks to an eye-stingingly high salt content it is virtually impossible to swim in the viscous waters of a sea that is 1000ft lower than sea level. The experience is usually accompanied by a mud bath, a bake in the sun and a health-giving spa treatment. Our facial Masks leave you feeling as great