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The Must-Visit Beaches In Israel

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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Wadi Mujib (وادي الموجب)

A beautiful spectacle - Wadi Mujib, Jordan Take a tour today and see all the wonders of Jordan

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Visiting the Dead Sea: The Complete Guide

Turquoise lagoons of salt and palm trees on the Dead Sea beach, Israel. Visiting the Dead Sea - The Complete guide that will help you make the most of your visit on the Israeli side of the saltiest lake in the lowest place on earth. Including the best free beaches, safety guidelines and more.

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Mövenpick Resort & Spa Dead Sea

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.

from 99TravelTips

10 Must-See Highlights of a Holiday in Israel

The Dead Sea coastline. The Dead Sea borders Jordan and Palestine. Because of high salt content, it feels like you are floating even when swimming. Photo: Nickolay Vinokurov

PINK!! Senegal's Lake Retba, or as the French refer to it Lac Rose, is pinker than any milkshake. Experts say the lake gives off its pink hue due to cyanobacteria, a harmless halophilic bacteria found in the water. Lake Retba has a high salt content, much like that of the Dead Sea, allowing people to float effortlessly in the massive pink water x

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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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