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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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Ein Gedi

| July 18, 2012 | 0 Comments
Ein Gedi

Ein Gedi Nature Reserve & Antiquities National Park The stunning Ein Gedi Nature Reserve is a photographer’s paradise and full of great ways for visitors of all ages to enjoy. Located west of the Dead Sea shore, the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve offers miles of hiking trails, two fresh water streams, and four springs to explore.  Flora […]

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About the Dead Sea

| July 12, 2012 | 0 Comments
About the Dead Sea

The Dead Sea In Israel Wondering what to do at the Dead Sea? Located around the Dead Sea are several national parks which provide an opportunity to explore Israel’s natural beauty. Each has its own history and points of interest. While you likely won’t have time to visit them all, many of the parks are located in close […]

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