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The Dead Sea, Israel- where the water is so salty that you can't sink!

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from The Culture Trip

Top 5 Beaches in Israel: The Essential Ocean-Lover's Guide

The Dead Sea is 427 meters below sea level and is the lowest place on earth. The Dead Sea is 306 m (1,004 ft) deep, the deepest hypersaline lake in the world. With 34.2% salinity (in 2011), it is also one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water - Photo credit: Victor B

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from GloHoliday

HOLIDAY Guides, Travel Tips & Vacation Ideas

The Dead Sea | Israel (by Amir Peeri)

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Learn why Dead Sea Salt is one of the most sought after salts in the world!  #Salt by Salts Worldwide

Learn why Dead Sea Salt is one of the most sought after salts in the world! #Salt by Salts Worldwide

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from Matador Network

52 of the world’s best tourist attractions that actually live up to the hype

The Dead Sea, 9.6 times saltier than the ocean, is one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water. Herod the Great used the sea as a health resort back in the day. Discover 52 of the best attractions in the world that live up to the hype.

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from ELLE

Sea Salt's Beauty Benefits

Dead Sea, the lowest place in the world: high salt content allows you to float without sinking, mineral rich micro mist blocks harmful UV rays, preventing sunburn!

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from Heavenly Places

Salt That’s Lost it’s Savour

Salt formations, Dead Sea, Israel

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from POPSUGAR Smart Living

Float in the Dead Sea

Bucket list: float in the Dead Sea. I dare you to see how long you last- boy does it sting!

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Tourists enjoying the waters of the Dead Sea (with Jordan in the background) at the Leonardo Plaza Dead Sea Hotel, Israel.

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Lowest place on earth - the Dead Sea (Israel). So much fun to float in! Surrounded by the most beautiful mountain range. Best to go at dusk and witness the incredible sunset.

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