Tag: Dead Sea

Dead Sea Mineral Hot Springs, Spas and Beaches

| April 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
Dead Sea Mineral Hot Springs, Spas and Beaches

Yam Ha’melech – Sea of Salt The Dead Sea, one of the world’s incredible wonders, is not replicated anywhere on earth. Beautiful to view, an amazing experience to float in, no one who has visited the Dead Sea will ever forget the experience.  Set into this magnificent setting are the world class Dead Sea Spas, which […]

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Gamla

| December 30, 2012 | 0 Comments
Gamla

Gamla Nature Reserve Visiting the beautiful Gamla Nature Reserve in the Golan Heights easily provides a full day of family fun activity. One of the most striking nature reserves in the country, Gamla boasts the highest waterfall in Israel (50 meters).  However arguably its most interesting attraction, besides the stunning natural setting, are its about 80 Griffon vultures, very […]

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Birds of Israel

| November 4, 2012 | 0 Comments
Birds of Israel

Birding in Israel There is no better country on earth than Israel for birding. Visitors arrive to observe millions of birds in migration, not to mention birds of Israel which can be found year round. Every year, migrations to and from Europe and Western Asia bring 300 species, approximately 500 million birds, to the skies over Israel. […]

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Yardenit

| October 17, 2012 | 0 Comments
Yardenit

Jordan River Baptism A Jordan River baptism is a must for Christian pilgrims touring the Holy Land. Open since July 2011 to the public on a regular basis, Christian baptismal ceremonies take place on two main dates that are coordinated with the Civil Administrations officer, roughly during January and April. Great effort has been made to […]

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Jordan River Baptism

| October 17, 2012 | 0 Comments
Jordan River Baptism

Yardenit Jordan River baptism is certainly one of the most memorable experiences for Christians in the Holy Land. The most popular place for this purpose is Yardenit (Little Jordan). Here are some great tips on making the most of your spiritual dip at Yardenit. Yardenit Baptismal There is no clergy stationed at Yardenit, however you can bring […]

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Israel Beaches

| July 30, 2012 | 0 Comments
Israel Beaches

Israel Outdoors While Jerusalem is a land-locked city set between several mountain ridges and a large expanse of desert, there are several Israel beaches and outdoor swimming pools less than an hour away. First on the list for a unique water experience is the Dead Sea—the lowest point on earth—situated less than 20 miles east of […]

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Camel Rides

| July 22, 2012 | 0 Comments
Camel Rides

Camel Rides in Israel Are you looking for a unique, one of a kind, Middle Eastern tourist experience?  Then it’s time for camel riding in Israel!  Israel camel ranches provide an unforgettable desert experience, offering an activity suitable for the whole family, with no special skills or experience required. Camels are quieter and gentler than horses and appear to […]

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Swimming in the Dead Sea

| July 21, 2012 | 0 Comments
Swimming in the Dead Sea

Dead Sea Swimming Everyone knows that a visit to the Dead Sea feels great.  But why?  The Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth, is a unique combination of minerals, mud, salt, pure air, and sunshine – a combination not found anywhere else on earth. Swimming in the Dead Sea has a host of therapeutic and health […]

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Dead Sea

| July 18, 2012 | 0 Comments
Dead Sea

The Dead Sea in Israel Famous for being the lowest place on earth at 400 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is a fantastic location for tourists looking to visit an amazing historical landmark, have a relaxing day at the beach,  or explore nearby attractions. Located in the Judean Desert just one hour from Jerusalem, […]

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Masada Israel

| July 18, 2012 | 0 Comments
Masada Israel

Masada: The Most Visited Attraction in Israel Masada fortress, the most visited tourist attraction in Israel after the Western Wall in Jerusalem, is home to the archaeological ruins of King Herod’s fortress and first-‎century Roman villa built into the surrounding rock face. Located in the Judean Desert approximately 18 km south of Ein ‎Gedi on top […]

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