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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 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.

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 

WELCOME TO DEAD SEA TOURISM

WELCOME TO DEAD SEA TOURISM

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 A MUST SEE

The Dead Sea – A must see.

 

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.

Almost every tourist arriving to Israel will spend at least a day at the Dead Sea which makes the Dead Sea one of Israel's must see phenomenon.

The Dead Sea is a nature reserve accessible by car both from north for those arriving from Jerusalem and from the south for those coming from Eilat or from Arad. There are 2 basic visiting and bathing options along the Dead Sea.

The first option is located along the northern part with 3 main bathing shores, Kalia beach, Premier Dead Sea beach and Biankini beach. All 3 are great but for tourists we found the Premier Dead Sea beach to be the most suitable; it offers a great accessible beach, nice restaurant and Dead Sea Premier cosmetics shopping. This part of the Dead Sea is less commercialized; there are no fancy hotels and the entire area looks just as it did in the beginning of time. It is truly nature at its best ! Those traveling to the Dead Sea from or to Jerusalem will find this location most accessible.

The second location is located at the southern part of the Dead Sea, at Ein Bokek, this part of the Dead Sea is much more commercialized, and most of the hotels at the Dead Sea are to be found here. Big leading hotels such as Herods and Leonardo have their own beach, although not right next to the hotel, it is usually accessible by a golf cart courtesy of the hotel. a small shopping district with some shops and a few coffee shops may be found here. A new shopping mall is planned to be built in this part of the Dead Sea in the near future along with more luxury hotels.

Along the Dead Sea shore almost at its most southern point you can find the International beach which has been transformed a couple of years ago into the Premier Dead Sea visitor center offering the most beautiful bathing location along the Dead Sea. This is a great place to enjoy the whole day or for just a quick visit for those who are short in time. The Dead Sea Premier spa boutique and visitor center offers a beautiful cultivated beach with 2 heated sulfur baths, a visitor center, an exclusive Dead Sea Premier cosmetics shop and an on sight restaurant and bar all making the visit truly worth while. The bar is located on a raised observation deck, great for those wishing to watch the sun rise over the Dead Sea and for those wishing to relax during sun set at the end of the day.