At a short distance from Herzliya, head out to the Dead Sea and spend the day with a guided tour. The Dead Sea is actually a landlocked lake which sits at the lowest point on earth (at 1400 feet below sea level). Spend your day floating in the mineral-rich waters, which are famed for their healing properties and relax with a spa treatment at a nearby resort.
Many resorts use black mud from the Dead Sea because of it’s cosmetic and therapeutic benefits. Get an early start on your day with the Get Your Guide tour, and spend a relaxing and therapeutic day at the Dead Sea.
At a short distance from Herzliya, head out to the Dead Sea and spend the day with a guided tour.…READ MORE
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