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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...more
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My dad and I had tickets for the Dead Sea resort ( a hotel next to many others like Hilton, Marriott, etc. to name a few). Even though the outside temperature was 19 degrees Celsius, the water was warm and we weren’t as cold as...More
We visited the public beach on our way from Wadi Rum to Madaba. It was a clean pool complex but we didn't try the restaurant.
Easy access to the 'beach' area and a small charge for the mud if you wanted to try it. Floating...More
We rented a car and drove from Jerusalem for an hour plus to see the Dead Sea. The drive was interesting but the destination less so. The Dead Sea is not readily accessible because climate change has lowered the water level to such a degree...More
The Dead Sea was probably one of my favourite highlights from my trip to Jordan. I love the water and love swimming. It is an unreal experience to get into quite normal looking water and not be able to do anything but float. Don't get...More
Some people in our group were skeptical if you actually floated in the Dead Sea without trying to float. To their astonishment, they were wrong and they did float as soon as they were past their knees. The best way to experience the mineral-packed mud...More
One of the most amazing countries we have travelled in.
Tour was by car with a driver and local guide at each destination. This was by far the best way to see the country and allowed us to stop for photos if we spotted something...More
If you are up for adventure the local style, don’t book a hotel to have the chance to float in the Dead Sea. Just park along the road, and climb down the steep bank with all the other locals. Wash off in the fresh water...More
One had read so much about Dead Sea and its therapeutic qualities, it was one of the reasons to visit Jordan. The experience I must say left us totally flattened just like our dip in the sea. We were lucky to experience the Dead Sea...More
Would definitely recommend hiring a car. It’s cheaper and gives you the benefit of touring on your own time. Bear in mind, sites to see are somewhat spread out so having your own vehicle will definitely work... More
Would definitely recommend hiring a car. It’s cheaper and gives you the benefit of touring on your own time. Bear in mind, sites to see are somewhat spread out so having your own vehicle will definitely work out. My wife and I hired and was the best thing we could have done. Roads are decent with little traffic especially once out of a major area. Take the plunge 😊 it’s fun and you will definitely remember your trip this way.