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    what to shop in Ein Bokek: what to shop in Ein Bokek

    by mindcrime Written Aug 9, 2014

    Because of the hordes of tourist that arrive in En Bokek it’s no surprise there are numerous shopping centres around, they even speak Russian for the big amount of Russian speaking visitors that come here. Although I usually avoid such places here was a good place to play Dead Sea products because the variety was really huge and the prices surprisingly low.

    We tried a bit of everything as the products vary from body and face kits, foot lotions, the usual mud packs, bath salts and minerals, olive-oil soaps and other products that suppose to be good for the skin etc

    There are many stores with beach equipment, accessories, hats and some touristic but lovely t-shirts that show animails reading newspapers while floating on dead sea :)

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    Alonit: Shopping on the roadway

    by Kuznetsov_Sergey Updated Jun 12, 2010

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    We had a short stop at the “Alonit” shopping centre near Beersheva on our way from Tel-Aviv to Ein Boqeq. Various goods from the Dead Sea were in sale there.
    The most pleasant thing for me it was to see advertisements in Russian, haha! (Dear guests, there is a toilet in the Alonit supermarket). Russian is the second language after Hebrew! And no advertisements in English!

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    Petra Shopping Center, Ein Boqeq: Salt, Mud, and Dead Sea Products

    by iblatt Updated Mar 1, 2010

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    There are a couple of small shopping centers in Ein Boqeq; near the Hod Hotel you will find the Petra shopping center. There are a few shops for souvenirs from the Dead Sea and Israel in general and for beach equipment and accessories, but the most typical items on sale are the Dead Sea products.

    What to buy: Body and face kits, mineral salt for soles (and maybe another special salt for souls as well...), mineral mud enriched with aloe vera and olive oil, bath crystals, avocado cream - these are only a few of the many unique products.
    If you can't bring your loved one to the Dead Sea, bring the Dead Sea to your loved one!

    Petra shopping center, Ein Boqeq Photo oportunity near the Petra shopping center Dead Sea products on sale
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    Dead Sea Minerals

    by jadedmuse Updated Jun 26, 2005

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    What to buy: Believe it or not, I found the best place to purchase famous Dead Sea Salts, Bath minerals, Mud, and other items was right here in the hotel boutiques!

    Often times you'll find a specific brand on sale, so go for it. The items were usually more expensive in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Also, if you're doing a side trip to Petra in Jordan, don't spring for any of their Dead Sea treatments since I priced them to be more expensive than what you can get in Israel.

    Dead Sea Salts make a great gift to bring back to friends and loved ones at home.

    What to pay: Anywhere from $5 to $50 or more

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