Dead Sea Tours
For years, people from around the globe have been discovering the wonders of the Dead Sea. As the world’s oldest natural spa and the lowest point on Earth, it has earned a reputation as a must-visit destination. Immerse yourself in the captivating beauty of the Negev Desert while basking in the warm embrace of the Mediterranean sun, as you effortlessly float in the rejuvenating, salty waters of the Dead Sea. Not only do our Dead Sea tours offer a mesmerizing and soothing experience for your mind, but the dead sea water provides healing benefits for your body. This famous destination is a renowned health haven for tourists due to its water’s beneficial minerals and its mud’s remarkable therapeutic properties. Take a moment to unwind, revitalize, and leave with a renewed sense of well-being.
Main Sights included in our Dead Sea Tours:
You may be surprised to learn that there is more to do at the Dead Sea than just float in the water, but there is! Take full advantage of your day.
Renew your body and soul with the Dead Sea’s all-natural, nurturing mud. Head down to Mineral Beach, where you will find a natural pool of black mud. Cover your body from head to toe with the mud and let it dry. When you wash off the mud, your skin will feel renewed, the most soft and fresh that it’s felt in years!
Massage at Resort
Once you have floated in the water and taken in the healing properties of the Dead Sea mud, it is time to really let go. What better way to relax than with a soothing massage from one of the resort’s professional masseuses?
This stop is full of surprises. Metsuke Dragot is situated above Murabat Wadi, a nearby ravine facing the Dead Sea. You might expect it to be as dry as the desert, but it is actually full of streams, secret caves, and flourishing vegetation! Explore the area and learn what makes it so special. Many of our offered Dead Sea tours include this gem of a spot, and it is not to be missed.
This is the site where the Dead Sea Scrolls, now on display in the Israel Museum, were discovered. Explore the caves where these ancient manuscripts were found and see the ancient ruins of the Essenes community. This place is not only beautiful in its own right, but also adds context and history to your day at the Dead Sea.
Our Guided Tour Options
As a new visitor, it can be challenging to fit in all the must-see sights. Our Dead Sea tours allow you to explore the way you want to, while also gaining a deep and thorough understanding of what you are seeing. Plan to combine destinations to be sure you’re covering all of the highlights. Travel and sightsee without worrying that you’re missing out.
We offer great options for guided Israel tours. To fully experience the Dead Sea, we recommend our relaxing Dead Sea Spa Tour. If you also want to explore the surrounding area, consider our Masada and Dead Sea trip.Or, book our Tour of Israel’s Main Attractions, covering Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Masada, and the Dead Sea for a full adventure. These are just a few of the many Israel tour options we provide! Don’t forget we also offer customizable private tours in Israel. Explore this beautiful country at your own pace with the convenience of your own private guide. The possibilities are endless! Be sure to include one of our Dead Sea tours in this personalized plan. Read on to learn why they are so highly recommended.
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Frequently Asked Questions
There is no question that the Dead Sea is worth visiting. Haven’t you ever wanted to float on water instead of sinking? Aside from that, it contains minerals with healing properties, mud that leaves your skin feeling smoother than after a day at the spa, and a view of Jordan.
Here at Egged Tours, we provide a large selection of half-day, single day and multiple day guided Dead Sea tours. Major destinations include Jerusalem, Masada tours, the Dead Sea, Bethlehem, Galilee, and the Golan Heights. If you prefer to combine several destinations, we also offer Israel tour packages for your convenience.
April and May are the best months to visit Jerusalem. Spring is the ideal season for Dead Sea tours because the weather is pleasant and fewer tourists come to visit. October through November are also mild months when crowds are thin.
Yes! Masada and the Dead Sea are practically neighbors, making these two locations the perfect combination for a day trip. Explore the ancient fortress of Masada with a qualified and licensed tour guide and relax at the Dead Sea with our Masada and Dead Sea trip, full-day tour.
You can spend as much time as you want at the Dead Sea. Fully relaxing and taking in its miraculous nature is the whole point! It is best to combine your visit to the Dead Sea with Masada to truly get the most out of your day.
You can relax at the Dead Sea on your own, but it is much easier to explore the area (including Masada), with a tour guide.
Guided Dead Sea tours enhance your trip in so many ways:
- They know a lot: Tour guides in Israel are required to have a license from the Ministry of Tourism and must renew it every two years. This means that you are sure to learn from a tour guide who is informed and knowledgeable. There are countless details and historical facts you will miss without the experience of a tour.
- They take care of all the planning: Tour guides plan all the logistics and details of a trip you might not have even thought about. They take care of all the hassle, from checking operating hours and booking tickets to handling any problems that might arise.
- They know the best routes: There is a lot to see and only so much time. Tour guides will plan the trip in the way that makes the most logical sense. Instead of taking circular routes to see all the sites you want to see (and then being disappointed when you miss something), tour guides make sure you see all the places that matter most to you.