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Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Tel Aviv
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Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Tel Aviv

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Combine visits to the Dead Sea and Masada on this full-day trip from Tel Aviv, a great way to tick off more attractions in less time. Eliminate the hassle of car hire and travel in an air-conditioned coach instead. During at stop at Masada, your guide provides information crucial to understanding the landmark. Back at sea level, float in the salty Dead Sea, where you can book therapeutic treatments (own expense).
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Karen S wrote a review Jul 2020
New York City, New York5,189 contributions432 helpful votes
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On a hot summer day we came to Nahal David. Right near the parking lot there is a pleasant walk that takes you to see some of the water falls. It took about an hour round trip. You can go into the water and cool off.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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bfindysz wrote a review Mar 2020
Jerusalem District, Israel659 contributions247 helpful votes
On a day trip down to the bowels of the earth we stopped to visit this beautiful oasis. After a recent flood, entrance to the stream bed was denied. Could stroll in the parking lot area and enjoy the birds and colors of winter on the shores of the Dead Sea. Snack bar and souvenir shop were open. Made a picnic in an area with tables for the purpose. A pity the staff couldn't clean up the flood damage in time for weekend crowds seeking some warmth and sunlight when the rest of the country was cloudy and wet.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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David Ha'ivri 🇮🇱 wrote a review Feb 2020
Israel191 contributions49 helpful votes
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If you are spending the day in Masada and Dead Sea area this is a must visit place. The site is administered by Israel's National Parks Association, there is an entrance fee. Before the entrance to the park there is a covered area with picnic benches, kiosk where you can buy food and souvenirs, clean restrooms. A nice section of the park is fully accessible for wheelchairs, which is becoming standard in most Israel National Parks. Further in on the hike trail is for walkers, where you come in direct contact with the stream water and need good footing. Even further in or up their is some seriously steep climb up and over the mountain where you can reach the ancient Temple. Wear sleeves, a hat and bring a bottle full of water and stop to drink on the way. Enjoy.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Fane Babanul wrote a review Dec 2019
Rishon Lezion, Israel1,947 contributions182 helpful votes
The tour of the David stream takes about one hour, 30 minutes in each direction. The path is not very difficult, but requires good walking shoes. Part of the path is wet. You may wade in the stream or under some small falls. Head cover is recommended.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Chen Z wrote a review Apr 2019
Tel Aviv, Israel39 contributions4 helpful votes
We loved doing the trail. Getting into water, as the sun is super hot and the water coldddddddd. Take lots of water with you
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Date of experience: July 2018
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