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Things to do in Dead Sea Region

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#1 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Category: National Parks
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#2 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Category: Bodies of Water
Owner description: Not only the lowest spot on earth, but also the saltiest and most mineral-laden body of water in the world, the Dead Sea,... more » Owner description: Not only the lowest spot on earth, but also the saltiest and most mineral-laden body of water in the world, the Dead Sea, which joins Israel and Jordan, is legendary as a source of healing, and has become a popular center for health, rehabilitation and beauty treatments. « less
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#3 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums
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#4 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: This 6,250-acre park is filled with marked hiking routes and more challenging trails leading to the top of the 400-meter-high... more » Owner description: This 6,250-acre park is filled with marked hiking routes and more challenging trails leading to the top of the 400-meter-high Ha'etakim Cliff, which spans the entire length of the Dead Sea. « less
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#5 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
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#6 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Category: Beaches

The mineral beach is a very calm and beautiful place with natural fresh water springs for children and a sulphur spring set at 39 degrees for adults. Enjoy the free mineral mud... more »

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#7 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Category: Ancient Ruins
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#8 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Category: Historic Sites; Caverns/ Caves
Owner description: These eleven caves were made famous when the Dead Sea Scrolls, the oldest manuscript of the Hebrew Bible, were discovered... more » Owner description: These eleven caves were made famous when the Dead Sea Scrolls, the oldest manuscript of the Hebrew Bible, were discovered between the years 1947 and 1956. « less
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#9 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Enot Tsukim (Ein Bokek)
#10 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
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#11 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Owner description: Ein Gedi EcoCenter is now a promoter of environmental education and sustainable technologies. Stop by to see the creative mud... more » Owner description: Ein Gedi EcoCenter is now a promoter of environmental education and sustainable technologies. Stop by to see the creative mud structures, solar cookers, composters, and compost toilets. You can take a look at the animals as it was Originally a zoo for the children of the Ein Gedi Kibbutz. Go on a tour to the Dead Sea, create your own bottle farm, or make some herbal tea on the solar cooker. « less
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#12 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Category: Spas
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Ein Gedi Spa (Ein Gedi)
#13 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
Category: Spas
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Spa Synergy (Ein Gedi)
#14 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
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#15 of 16 attractions in Dead Sea Region
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Category: Water Parks; Amusement/ Theme Parks
Owner description: This amusement and water park, located at the northern end of the Dead Sea, features water slides, wave pools and natural... more » Owner description: This amusement and water park, located at the northern end of the Dead Sea, features water slides, wave pools and natural mineral mud-bathing areas. « less
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