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The Dead Sea

The lowest point on earth, lying some 400 meters below sea level. At this low sea level, the atmosphere contains layers of air that are saturated with oxygen and act as a natural UV filter. This means you can wallow or sunbath for longer with less risk of burning or skin cancer. The Dead Sea is part of the Syrian-East Africa Rift Valley, flanked by the Judean Mountains to the west and the Moab Mountains to the east.

Enjoy the sun without fear of sunburn in the world’s largest natural spa with its therapeutic muds and minerals. Although fed by rivers and springs, no water flows out, and evaporation creates a high concentration of salt and minerals, thought to have healing and restorative properties beyond the pleasurable pampering of normal spa treatments. Black mud of the Dead Sea enriches your skin with therapeutic minerals that leave you feeling rejuvenated and energized. The Dead Sea is truly a world wonder.

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