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    Swimming, Shopping, Entertainment, Meal included

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An excursion upon the discovery of relaxation and well-being on the banks of the saltiest lake in the world.

What we will see
  • Dead Sea

What we will do
  • We will depart from the port of Eilath heading to the Dead Sea, a salted water lake which was formed 2 million years ago on a valley which is about 400 metres deep, below sea level.
  • When we arrive, we will be welcomed into a modern, comfortable hotel where we can relax and delight our palates with a delicious, fresh buffet.
  • We will have access to a private, equipped beach where we can relax or try floating on the waters of the Dead Sea, which, owing to the high salt content and consequent high density, enable anybody to effortlessly float.
  • The mud bath treatment is undoubtedly a highlight of this excursion; the mud which is spread across the skin is rich in minerals, silicates and carbonates, as well as being certified by prestigious international cosmetic groups for its therapeutic benefits.
  • During this excursion, there is time to stop in a local shop selling artisan items and typical products of the Dead Sea.

What you need to know
  • Places on this excursion are limited. We recommend booking early to avoid disappointment.
  • Guide in lingua italiana disponibili in numero limitato; qualora non fossero disponibili l'escursione sarà condotta da una guida le cui spiegazioni verranno fornite in italiano da un traduttore locale.
  • Don't forget to bring swimwear. Bath towels are provided at the hotel.
  • The high temperature and high concentration of salt of the Dead Sea waters may cause swimwear to discolour.
  • The maximum time allowed for bathing in the Dead Sea is 20 minutes.
  • The maximum time we recommend you spend in direct sunlight is 15-20 minutes.
  • This excursion is not recommended for guests with low blood pressure or heart problems.
  • Bathing in the waters of the Dead Sea is not recommended for those under the age of 7 years.
  • Children under the age of 16 are not permitted to enter the swimming pool in the spa.
  • We do not recommend bringing valuable objects into the Dead Sea resort as lockers are not always available.