Introducing Dead Sea

The Dead Sea, also known as the Salt Sea, is one of the most incredible and mind-blowing bodies of water on the planet. Boasting a striking, dramatic and alien-like coastline, the Dead Sea is not a sea at all but a large salt lake located along Jordan’s border with Israel. Whilst the Israeli side is much more developed and bustling with tourists, the Jordanian side is much more secluded – perfect for an off the beaten path adventure. You can escape the crowds here, float peacefully in the water or explore the glorious springs sitting in the hills above the lake. Whatever you do, don’t forget to bring your camera to capture those panoramas.

Highlights of Dead Sea

Dead Sea Beach
Visit the Dead Sea Beach and take a dip in the salt lake. With such high salinity levels, you will be able to float in the water and the clay mud at the bottom of the lake is said to be beneficial to your skin.
Dead Sea Highway
Drive the Dead Sea Highway (Highway 65) to experience the most incredible sunsets and sunrises. The road starts in Aqaba running along the length of the lake and passes through Wadi Araba.
Dead Sea Panoramic Complex Lookout
This high lookout point offers the most stunning panoramic views of the lake and it also features a museum and restaurant inside. Admission prices start from 2 Jordanian Dinars per person.
Ma’in Hot Springs
The Hammamat Ma’in is set high in the hills above the Dead Sea and is a great place to wind down and relax. There are a number of pools for bathing with water as hot as 45°C and above.

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