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Invigorate your body and soul as we climb Massada and Ein Gedi and then float in the Dead Sea and enjoy therapeutic black mud and sulfur baths.
Where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered and the home of the sect which wrote these ancient and unique documents.
Glorious desert oasis with waterfalls and pools for our enjoyment, this is where David hid from Saul, and where Talmudic era Jews prospered and shared a secret.
Herod’s massive construction, the Zealots last stand, invigorating ascent on the Snake path, and a new museum and film help recreate the scene of a phenomenal but tragic story.
Some of the best Dead Sea beaches are here, as well as a little nature trail.
Also known as Genesis Land is the place for camel riding, pita baking, and, of course, Abraham’s famous hospitality.
See how techelet has been rediscovered.