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Posted by on Sep 12, 2017 in Travel Destinations, Travel Israel, Travel Middle East |

5 Reasons to Visit the Dead Sea

5 Reasons to Visit the Dead Sea

The Dead Sea, right in the Middle East, a landlocked lake bordered by Israel and Jordan, is the lowest place on earth. The Dead Sea is rich with minerals. With a 33.7% salinity level, it is one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water. It is possible to visit the Dead Sea at any time of the year, but in the summer it can be extremely hot. There are many reasons you should go to the Dead Sea; the most important ones are listed below. You can float. You may have seen photographs of people reading newspapers while floating in the Dead Sea, and that really happens! Because the Dead Sea is so salty, it’s impossible to swim in the water so just lean back and float. A word of warning though – don’t go into the water right after shaving or if you have a cut somewhere. It will sting! You can cover yourself with mud. There are a lot of minerals in the Dead Sea and many...

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Posted by on Oct 5, 2014 in Outdoor Nature Travel, Travel Africa, Travel Destinations, Travel Egypt, Travel Israel, Travel Middle East, Travel Resources, Travel Style, Travel Tips |

Great Holiday Destinations along the Red Sea

Great Holiday Destinations along the Red Sea

The Red Sea is one of the most exciting destinations that anyone can travel to. It boasts of sun, sand, and exotic destination all at the same time. After going around historical sites, a retreat to a Red Sea Holiday which will surely make your trip exciting and fun. The Red Sea Coast, runs 125km with an amazing turquoise beach, diverse marine life and warm weather all year round. You will enjoy the numerous land and sea activities that are unlike anywhere else in the world. While there are a number beach destinations along the Red Sea coast, these four is the top choice for many travelers here. Eliat, Israel Eliat in Israel is the southernmost town in the country. It is home to about 47,700 Israelites and thousands of tourists from all over the world. Eliat has some of the most amazing beaches, water adventures, coral reefs, and nightlife which attract tourists from different parts of the globe all year round. In Eliat, you will be able to...

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