The Dead Sea is a landlocked body of mineral-enriched water world-renowned for its salt that is used in many spas and bath products for therapeutic purposes. It is around 1,300 feet below sea level, making it the lowest point of elevation on the planet, which is partially responsible for the region's pleasing climate. Many people flock to the Dead Sea for various reasons including its rich biblical history and its majestic beach resorts.
The Amman Touristic beach is only a couple miles from the hotel and tourism district of the Dead Sea. The beach offers changing rooms, swimming pools and other amenities that make your stay an enjoyable and memorable experience. Dead Sea tourists can be seen floating in the salty water for hours, and enjoying other beach activities.
Newe Zohar is a delightful spot about five miles from En Boqeq and it features an array of soothing hot springs, a spa and a restaurant with a gorgeous lakeside view. It is also near the The Bet Hayozer Museum which is a popular tourism spot for learning about the region's rich economic history. The hot springs can help soothe and relax your muscles after a day of hiking or biking.
The Nahal David
The Nahal David lies near the West banks of the Dead Sea and it comes from a spring that flows from Ein Gedi, which is nearby. It is a rocky area but also quite beautiful like most of the beaches in the region. Climbers will enjoy this region because it offers a beautiful landscape that is ideal for a day of hiking and picnicking.
Ein Bokek is another popular beach area for tourists and locals. It's based at the foot of a spring with the same name and is about an hour and a half from Jerusalem. It also features a wide array of eateries and other exciting activities nearby for visitors of this majestic and otherworldly region.
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