The Dead Sea is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Israel. The Dead Sea is the lowest point on earth at less than 400 meters below sea level.
The Dead Sea is one of the world's natural wonders. Located at the lowest point on earth under 420 meters below sea level, in the middle of the African fault. The Dead Sea is a nature reserve with less than 5 days of rain
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Experience the most breathtaking natural wonder in all of Israel
The heart of Premier Dead Sea is nestled within the nation of Israel wherein sits the world’s oldest natural spa, the Dead Sea. This unique attraction is unlike any other in the entire world! It hosts an incomparable setting that includes one of a kind beaches, resorts, and landscapes. Let’s have a closer look at what makes the Dead Sea a truly must see site!
The climate at the Dead Sea is season dependent. During the spring season, temperatures average around 86 °F while during the summer season temperatures may reach as high as 104 °F. Never fear, the temperature measured is far from how it feels! The extremely low elevation of the Dead Sea leads to a deceptively cooler feeling from the sun, but make sure you still take the proper precaution to sun exposure.
Expect a sunny forecast at the Dead Sea! This is because the weather forecast stays fairly consistent year round. The region averages 330 days of sunlight per year. The winter season is usually the only time that the area receives rain, and even at that, the Dead Sea averages 3 inches of rain a year. The rainfall is one of the characteristics that contributes to why the Dead Sea is so special and why Premier Dead Sea uses it to create some of the world’s most effective skincare products.
Coupled with the unique climate, the fact that the Dead Sea is endorheic, or all water flows in and no water flows out, creates a natural pool. The collected water, which is deposited primarily from the Jordan River, is then baked by the sun. What is left behind from evaporation is a very high concentration of salt and minerals. These are examples of the natural ingredients used in Premier Dead Sea products.
The salty water, measuring 32% salinity, creates a unique experience to tourists. The water not only exfoliates dead skin cells from the body, it also cleanses and heals minor cuts and scrapes. Also, the salt washed up on shore creates beautiful, rocky formations that can sheared off into chunks to create a nifty souvenir. Lastly, the salty water has natural buoyancy properties that makes floating in the water effortless. A common past time of tourists is to take a photograph of themselves reading a newspaper while laying back and relaxing on top of the water.
Mineral rich geographical deposits make mud bathing a healing practice at the beach. Slather on and coat your entire body in the dense mud. After a long soak, feel free to rinse off at available showers located alongside the shoreline.
So pack your bags and get ready for a once in a lifetime experience. Enjoy all that the Dead Sea has to offer and upon your departure, expect to feel completely rejuvenated in a way no other vacation site offers!
THE DEAD SEA TOURISM GEM
The Dead Sea - a touristic gem.
The Dead Sea was formed over millions of years and is the lowest place on earth, over 400 meters below sea level and is considered to be one of the worlds natural wonders. Since the beginning of time countless minerals have accumulated at the Dead Sea and ever since people have traveled from all over the world to visit this unique natural spa. The Dead Sea is a touristic gem, being the largest, natural health and beauty spa in the world. The Dead Sea is the first center of skin care the world has known, its therapeutic powers have long been foretold and have been recognized since the ancient world, the story of Cleopatra's belief in the famed beauty she maintained due to the secrets of the Dead Sea is common knowledge. It would not be wrong in stating that the skin care we know today all originated here in this beautiful body of water.
The Dead Sea is located in the middle of the African fault and is a natural body of water used as a boarder between Israel to the west and Jordan to the east. The Dead Sea is located in the middle of a vast desert and gets its water from the Jordan River to the north and from rain fall in the mountainous sounding areas. On average there are only 2 days of rain at the Dead Sea.
Today, the Dead Sea is a nature reserve renowned for its natural and unique capability of assisting with the regeneration of the skins vital functions. Tourists from all over the world flock to this unique body of water, famous for its minerals, climate and atmosphere.
The Dead Sea's water is very dense and mineral rich, so dense that anyone can easily float on the water.
The Dead Sea is a natural Spa, offering endless Spa possibilities. One of the most well known Spa's along the Dead Sea is Dead Sea Premier spa boutique and visitor center located at the southern part of the Dead Sea at Ein Bokek.
Tourists visiting the Dead Sea Premier spa boutique and visitor center can enjoy the Dead Sea in the most glamorous of fashions, offering everything from mineral rich mud which is used to cover the body, to mineral rich salts baths which one can virtually swim in. A beautiful cultivated beach on one of the most beautiful parts of the Dead Sea shore line with a restaurant, bar, observation deck and a visitor center. Bathing in heated sulfur pools, body and facial treatments are offered on location. The Premier Dead Sea visitor center is definitely a must see tourist attraction at the Dead Sea a true touristic gem.