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Masada and Dead Sea Daily Tour from Herzliya
"Start the tour from Herzliya via Judean hills to Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth 400 meters below sea level. It is called the Dead Sea because its salinity prevents the existence of any life forms in the lake. The Dead Sea has attracted thousand visitors from all around the world to have unforgettable experience to float in salty and one of the most exciting and frequently-toured places in Israel and relates a story of perseverance and power faith and surrender ambitions and a tragic end. Masada is situated on the top of a mountain with steep sides and a flat top like a parapet overlooking the desert panorama to the west and the Dead Sea to the east. The remains of the fortress of Masada are well-preserved and have been
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Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Tel Aviv
"Your day tour begins with a descent into the Judean desert a barren wilderness in the heart of the Holy Land. En-route you will pass the Inn of the Good Samaritan before ascending by cable car to reach the mountaintop site of Masada. The cliff's remoteness and difficult approach made it a perfect fortress and it was here that King Herod built two fortified palaces over 2000 years ago. After exploring the archeological ruins of Masada with your guide you will continue to the Dead Sea past the Ein Gedi oasis and the ancient settlement of Qumran. Here you'll have the opportunity to view the many caves where approximately 900 parchment documents of religious significance were discovered - the fabled Dea
From $114.00
 
Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Jerusalem
"Your day tour begins with a descent into the Judean desert a barren wilderness in the heart of the Holy Land. En-route you will pass the Inn of the Good Samaritan before ascending by cable car to reach the mountaintop site of Masada. The cliff's remoteness and difficult approach made it a perfect fortress and it was here that King Herod built two fortified palaces over 2000 years ago. After exploring the archeological ruins of Masada with your guide you will continue to the Dead Sea past the Ein Gedi oasis and the ancient settlement of Qumran. Here you'll have the opportunity to view the many caves where approximately 900 parchment documents of religious significance were discovered - the fabled Dea
From $105.00

More Off The Beaten Path in `En Boqeq

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Dead Sea Works

Large industrial complex at southern tip of the Dead Sea; its intricate system of dykes and evaporation pans exploits the enormous mineral wealth of the water for the production of raw chemical...
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Sodom

In biblical times the area supplied salt to the world from the huge deposit known as Mount Sodom just south of Ein Bokek. Because of the great value of salt as a meat preserver, it was widely...
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Arad

Arad is a city in the South District of Israel. It is located on the border of the Negev and Judean Deserts, 25 kilometers west of the Dead Sea and 45 kilometers east of the city Beersheba. Arad's...
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Nahal Bokek, Michele above double waterfall

This is Michele sitting above the last waterfall in Nahal Bokek, the double waterfall..there is a small pool below that you can wade or swim in, depending on if the flow has been blocked or not..a...
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Hiking around En Boqeq

There are some well-marked hiking tracks around En Boqeq. One goes up on Har Boqeq, the mountain to the west. It is a rough climb from 400 meters below sea-level up to 40 above and includes a couple...
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Mitzpe Ramon

On our way from the Dead Sea to Eilat, we took this one - breathtaking landscapes!Have a look on Mitzpe Ramon site
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Things to Do Near `En Boqeq

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Karak Castle - Walls

The West Front has got towers at its two corners, and a large West Tower between them. The southwest corner and the tower are protected by a glacis. The principal entrance to the Mamluk castle was...
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"VT meet in Nahal Bokek"
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"Health and well being pilgrimage"
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"Ein Boqeq and the Dead Sea"
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"The Tourist's Hot Spot on the Dead Sea"
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