Visitors to this beautiful spa can indulge in black, mineral-infused mud for beauty treatments and soft skin. Additionally, its buoyant force can reduce aches and pains.
Float in the Dead Sea
Experienced the Dead Sea is something you won’t soon forget. Although it may be the lowest point on Earth, its depths hold plenty of history and unique minerals that you won’t find elsewhere.
The unique, hypersaline waters of the Dead Sea are ten times saltier than ocean water, providing an abundance of chloride salts such as magnesium, sodium, potassium, bromine and more that provide incredible buoyant force allowing visitors to effortlessly float across its surface.
Be prepared for an unforgettable experience when visiting the Dead Sea; photos will serve as a memento from this once-in-a-lifetime trip! Be wary, however; its high salt content can cause pain if it gets into your eyes or mouth – many resorts and public beaches provide showers where you can rinse off before returning to the waters.
One of the earliest references to this remarkable body of water can be found in texts from ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and Syria where people came to soak in its mineral-rich waters for health benefits and cover themselves in its famed Dead Sea mud, known for its skin care and joint pain-relief properties.
Dead Sea temperatures tend to be more comfortable between March and May or late September to November; during these seasons the heat won’t become overwhelming enough to cause irritation in your eyes or throat from too much salt inhalation. Avoid swimming during summer months when temperatures can quickly soar, since its salt can burn your eyes or throat as soon as it comes in contact with them.
Beyond floating, there’s plenty to do in the Dead Sea beyond just floating. From scenic desert views and museums dedicated to geology to resorts that harvest mud directly from the Dead Sea each day – there’s something here for everyone at the Dead Sea!
The Dead Sea is also home to numerous fish species that have successfully adapted to this extreme environment, which are studied and researched by scientists. Scientists marvel at these industrious creatures surviving here while you can take a boat tour to observe these mysterious fish for yourself – this is both educational and enjoyable for everyone in your group!
Get a Mud Treatment
The Dead Sea has long been considered a “fountain of youth.” Not only is it one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water, but its black mud is renowned for its extraordinary skin-enriching properties – best experienced through one of the many spas offering Dead Sea Mud treatments and other rejuvenative beauty therapies.
As the lowest point on Earth, the Dead Sea boasts an extraordinary concentration of salt and minerals that makes its waters buoyant; people can easily float freely when visiting. At over 10 times that of ocean water density, its density allows people to float easily during their visit.
Swimming in the sea may seem attractive, but it should be remembered that its high salt concentration may cause your skin to sting if it comes into contact with eyes or mouth. Shaving legs, arms or face could irritate these areas further and make them itchy; additionally, open cuts or sores could be exposed to this harsh environment and become uncomfortable for extended use of lake.
Experience an unforgettable pampering session by booking a treatment at Zara Spa, a luxury resort that provides rejuvenating treatments. A therapist will cover your body in mineral-rich Dead Sea mud before wrapping you in a warm blanket to relax while the Dead Sea mud goes to work on its healing powers and providing your skin with 25 essential minerals.
Dead Sea treatments provide a luxurious way to unwind before returning to your hotel in Tel Aviv, Netanya or Herzliy. Be sure to pick up some unique bath products available at the Dead Sea’s many shops and hotels as a reminder of this once-in-a-lifetime experience. While mud may offer therapeutic properties, it should not replace prescription medicines for medical conditions – please consult your doctor or dermatologist before trying new products.
Go on a Day Trip
If you’re looking for a relaxing and rejuvenating Israel tour experience, the Dead Sea should be on your list. Boasting cobalt-blue waters at Earth’s lowest point and packed full of therapeutic minerals that soothe muscles while alleviating stress levels, floating in its waters is sure to bring relaxation while bathing in its salty mud will leave skin silky soft.
This natural wonder lies just a short drive from Jerusalem and is an incredibly popular attraction among both locals and visitors. Over thousands of years, its salt has built up to form beautiful formations in and around its water, while also boasting therapeutic properties including improving circulation, supporting skin health, relieving joint and muscle pain relief, and offering relief to joints.
For optimal Dead Sea experiences, spring is ideal when temperatures are mild and the air is clear; autumn offers cooler temps with less wind. No matter when you visit, though, make sure that you arrive early so you can secure a beach spot and avoid crowds!
As part of your day trip, be sure to stop at one of the nearby resorts to experience the Dead Sea in luxury. There are many choices, such as Ramada Resort near Jordan which offers private beach access at an affordable price.
No matter whether it’s just you, or with friends or family members, or with someone special in your life – the Dead Sea offers an unforgettable opportunity for relaxation and sunbathing. After spending some time here, your skin will soften, muscles will relax, and any aches and pains will dissipate – plus when you return home you can take some of its magical salt home so the experience continues year round!
Stay at a Resort
Resorts provide an unforgettable vacation experience that hotels cannot. Their dedicated team works to ensure guests have an unforgettable stay, enticing them back again and again while making sure their visit remains memorable for years. Resorts boast amenities not found elsewhere and work with local businesses to provide guests with activities and excursions they wouldn’t otherwise find on their own.
Staying at a resort can be pricey, but there are ways to cut costs during your visit. Look for package deals that combine hotel accommodations and tickets for some of the attractions on your itinerary, or book during off-season flights and rentals – though keep in mind that prices might still be high; but with less people competing for what you’re after!
If you’re staying at a resort and interested in participating in an activity that requires advance reservations, make sure your name is on the list early. Since some excursions may have limited capacity, avoid being disappointed by not being able to participate! Resorts usually compile lists of guests interested in each event and they’ll inform you as soon as the list has been finalized so that you can sign up.
Staying at a resort offers several distinct advantages, one being cost savings on dining out by taking advantage of on-site restaurants’ menus and taking advantage of any specials they may be running during your visit. It is wise to examine all available offerings prior to making any decisions during your stay at any establishment.
The Dead Sea is an idyllic, natural marvel that provides therapeutic respite for mind and body. Experience its therapeutic waters while lathering yourself with mineral-rich black mud that offers both health and beauty benefits during this full-day tour from Jerusalem – it is sure to leave an indelible mark! For anyone in search of relaxation or simply hoping to take in its magnificent scenery.