Day tour of Masada, Ein Gedi and the Dead Sea from Jerusalem
- See Masada, the desert fortress
- Walk in Ein Gedi, the beautiful desert oasis and nature reserve
- Marvel at the Dead Sea, and float in its waters and immerse yourself in the healing mud
Make your way to the Mamilla Jerusalem Hotel in the early morning to climb into a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle for your day trip. Drive through the Judean Desert to the Dead Sea region, the lowest on earth. Heading south alongside the Dead Sea, you will reach the foot of Mount Masada, the ancient fortress which was constructed in Roman times and is famous as the location of an iconic story of heroism.
You'll then proceed to Ein Gedi, a beautiful nature reserve and an oasis where you will have a chance to take a short hike or walk through the cooling and beautiful surroundings. After 1.5 hours of exploring, continue to the Dead Sea where you will access a private beach (included) and have a chance to float in the famous waters and immerse yourself in the mud that is so famous all around the world. Then you will return to Jerusalem.
- Entrance fee to the private Dead Sea Beach
- Transport by air-conditioned minivan
- Masada entrance
- Ein-Gedi entrance
Shlomo ha-Melekh St 11, Jerusalem, 94182
Entrance to the Mamilla Jerusalem Hotel
- This is a self-guided tour
- Please note, in some circumstances, the order of sites visited may change in order to enhance the enjoyment of the day.
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