English Speaking Tour: Daily
Start time: Pick up from Jerusalem hotels from 0850h (08:50am)
Please remember that these schedules are subject to change - please confirm with our local activity operator a day before the tour
Your hotel in Jerusalem.
Cross the stark Judean Desert, drive pass Inn of the Good Samaritan to the lowest place on earth, the Dead Sea.
Float in the Dead Sea, the lowest place on earth. Enjoy the famous Dead Sea mud packs and revel in its therapeutic mineral waters.
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You will be picked up from your hotel in Jerusalem in an air-conditioned coach and taken for an Excursion to Dead Sea. A bilingual guide (English and Spanish/French/German) will accompany you on this tour.
Float in the mineral-rich Dead Sea - at 400m below sea level, the lowest place on earth. Take a mud-bath! And benefit from the therapeutic qualities of the natural Dead Sea mud. You have 5 hours in which to extract the maximum enjoyment out of this unique experience.
The tour ends at the starting point.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming departure details.
It is mandatory to state your passport (country) and passport number. This is necessary to finalize a booking, as people who hold just Israeli citizenship need to pay 18% V.A.T. on addition to the given price (people of Israeli citizenship wishing to book are requested to contact us).
If you require a guide who speaks German, French, or Spanish (in addition to English) please state your preferred language when booking. Tour can be run in just one language.
Please bring your passport with you.
Animals are not permitted on the tour.
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