The beach itself was clean when we visited in August 2019 and at around midday it was 42 degrees and the water was 34 degrees. Therefore not really refreshing, but still nice to experience floating in this unique body of water. The setting is something else, being surrounded by…
We were there for couple of hours. Really nice surprise. Well organized beach with everything needed. Even looks really good all white and new. Well done!
Floating in the Dead Sea is indeed an unforgettable experience. We were blessed in that we did not have to walk far from our hotel to access this beach and float in the Dead Sea.
With the Dead Sea receding, this is the only beach where you can access it from Israel. You can get the full Dead Sea experience here with floating on the water. There are many showers, umbrellas, and chairs free of charge.
Ein Bokek Beach, opposite the David Hotel, is a very comfortable beach to bathe in. The beach is without rocks and can be easily accessed into the water. There is a free service of sun loungers and showers, and it's just an excellent beach!