The Dead Sea
Ein Gedi Reserve
Masada site, full of majesty, is a must-stop. Here, Jewish courage and determination came to the fore in one of the remaining strongholds against the Romans. Here you will discover palaces, mosaics, hidden passageways, mikvahs, and signs of Jewish life that will captivate adults and children with the remarkable story woven here. We recommended attending the audiovisual spectacle, which presents the story of the Jewish warriors.
Travel back in time to Tel Arad. The archaeological site is considered one of the most important in Israel and the world, where you will find the remains of a Canaanite city (more than 5000 years old!), cult complexes, and even a temple from the Second Temple period.
QumranAt the foot of the towering cliffs of the Judean Desert lies one of the most exciting sites in Israel. At first glance, the site is modest, but upon deepening the acquaintance, a treasure trove is discovered - where they found the precious Dead Sea scrolls, considered one the most important archaeological find of our time.
Zuf (nectar) WineryThis unique winery is located in Arad and specializes in producing natural organic wine. Discover this fascinating world, enjoy a delicious sip, and continue your journey with a picnic basket.
Dead Sea Easyrider
Dead Sea freediving
Solarium Minus 400 Dead SeaThe unique geographical conditions of the Dead Sea region create a rare combination of resources. Solarium Minus 400, the largest in Israel and the world, is a center of attraction for people with arthritis and various skin diseases.
The 'lowest gallery in the world' is located on Kalia Beach inside an abandoned Jordanian camp, which has become a spectacular display of beautiful colors, textures, and shapes created by urban artists from Israel and the world.
Minus 430 gallery
Starting at 3 pm
Check-in on Saturdays and Holidays start at 18:00 pm
On Saturdays and Holidays until 2 pm
Late check-out by prior arrangement and at an additional cost.
Parking is on a space-available basis or paid public parking.