Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Masada and the Dead Sea Day Trip from Jerusalem. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
One of the best days we had in Israel. Definitely our favorite tour.
Great tour guide, travel in a small van which meant that the tour group is small so we were able to hear our tour guide and get our questions answered. I would highly recommend this tour.
While it was a very long and hot, arduous trip in the desert, it was well worth the time it took to go there.
I would definitely recommend it. One comment I would have is there should have been more time given to checking out the dead sea cosmetics tour. I didn't have enough time to sample products. I did purchase two items but would have liked to get more. The tour director was very knowledgeable and I felt I learned a lot about the history of both Masada and the Dead Sea.
Emir was a terrific tour guide. He was very informative and enthusiastic. Made us feel very comfortable.
Absolutely brilliant tour. Very knowledgeable guide, well worth the money
I'm glad to see the Masada. It is a historical place. The tour guide was knowledgeable. My 2nd X in the Dead Sea and still love to be there. People enjoyed floating on the water. I would certainly recommend this tour to everybody.
I had a great time. It was a little bit rushed and I would have like to been able to see more of parts of Masada, but the tour guide was knowledgeable, informative, and organized. It's probably good to bring a water bottle, as both the (desert) mountain and the (dead) sea are pretty dehydrating.
The downside experience we had was we were not picked up at our hotel because it was "far" (our hotel was Hotel Yehuda which was outside the city center). So we have to take a cab on our own expense to go to the meeting place/start of tour with the understanding that it will be reimbursed by the tour operator when we get back to the United States. On the upside of things, the tour guide (a gentleman who I think his name is Amir) is quite knowledgeable (up to the point of over saturating us with information) and has sense of humor. He seemed to be passionate with what he was doing (highly recommended). The view from Masada is quite magnificent, which I've never seen before. The dead sea experience (floating on the sea and slathering ourselves with mud) was great and unique.