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Masada Dead Sea Tour

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Tel Aviv, Israel

  • Activities

    Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $108 USD per person
  • Duration

    10 hours

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Daily

  • Starting Location

    Tel Aviv

  • Price Includes

    Transfers, tour guide, entry fees according to our itinerary

Highlights

  • Go to the lowest point on earth at Dead Sea, at 400 meters below sea level.
  • Explore the remains of the fortress of Masada are well preserved and have been reconstructed.
  • Explore Masada which is situated on the top of a mountain with steep sides and a flat top.
  • Float in salty and hilling water and cover your body with magic therapeutic mud.

Guide

Trip Info

We start our private tour via Judean hills to Dead Sea. The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth, 400 meters below sea level. It is called the Dead Sea because its salinity prevents the existence of any life forms in the lake. The Dead Sea has attracted thousand visitors from all around the world to have unforgettable experience to float in salty and hilling water and cover your body with magic therapeutic mud.

On the way to the Dead Sea, we stop at the Masada, one of the most exciting and frequently toured places in Israel and relates a story of perseverance and power, faith and surrender, ambitions, and a tragic end. Masada is situated on the top of a mountain with steep sides and a flat top like a parapet overlooking the desert panorama to the west and the Dead Sea to the east. The remains of the fortress of Masada are well preserved and have been reconstructed in an effort to pay homage to the site and its heroic inhabitants. The most impressive structure on Masada is King Herod’s northern palace, built on three rock terraces overlooking the gorge below. This is the largest and most complete Roman siege camp that remains today. In 2001 UNESCO declared Masada a World Heritage Site.

We will proceed to the Dead Sea for the rest of the day.

You will be transferred to the pick up point at the end of the tour.

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