3 Places To See On Your Dead Sea Trip

With private tours in Israel tourists will be able to discover the region like never before. Having a guide that knows the area, the language, and can take you to multiple destinations in a single trip will allow you to get the most value out of your vacation. If you are planning any type of day trip throughout Israel, one of the best options that you won’t want to overlook is a Dead Sea trip. On your Dead Sea trip, there are a lot of different areas that you can see with the right tour guide. With any private tours in Israel is offering here are some of the places you will want to see:

The Dead Sea

Obviously if you are going to take a trip to the Dead Sea you will actually want to see the body of water itself. But you want to make sure that you do more than just see it—you want to get the total experience.

What makes the Dead Sea so unique is not only the water that allows you to float on your back as if you were sitting down on a cloud, there is also the famous mud bank. You can take a trip to the Dead Sea and experience a unique mud bath with this healing mud.

The Judean Desert

If you are going to visit the Dead Sea, make sure that your private tour guide will take you through certain areas of the Judean Desert. One of the best views you will ever have is the view of Jericho, considered to be the oldest city in the world. The story of Joshua took place at this ancient city. Additionally, with any private tours Israel visitors should find a guide that will take you to some of the famous areas of the desert to take pictures.

Ancient Masada

One additional area you can visit as you take a trip through the beautiful desert to discover the Dead Sea is a tour of Ancient Masada. Over 2000 years old, this ancient city is home to the palace of King Herod. Situated on top of a rock plateau, it served as a fortress in Israel for centuries.

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