- Relaxing day trip from Tel Aviv to the Dead Sea
- Float on the salt-rich Dead Sea water
- Experience the therapeutic qualities of the Dead Sea mud
- Indulge in wellness treatments for an additional cost
- Transport by air-conditioned coach
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
What You Can Expect
Tour was on a small mini bus that lends to closer and intimate camarederie with other tourists of no more than 12. Tour guide was very knowledgeable, friendly and gracious.
Very enjoyable day, well organised with a very professional and knowledgeable tour guide.
I had a great trip. The guide was very good. He was informative and amusing and he kept everyone on time which made the experience all the better.
First time that we've been to the Dead Sea, it was lovely. The tour guide suggested that we visit Masada on the same day and it's good that we took his suggestion as it was a magical experience as well. Beautiful view from Masada
Great tour guide, lots of helpful information and really friendly. Smooth drive, no problems. Only criticism, the 5 hours allocated for the dead sea spa trip was probably too generous, 3 hours would have been more than enough!
We originally booked only for the Dead Sea and Wellness Spa Day tour but on route reconsidered as we were travelling on the same coach as those who were doing the Masada and Dead Sea combined tour and was pleased we had made the change as I feel for the long coach trip to the Dead Sea it wasn't worth spending the several hours simply lazing by the Dead Sea whilst the hour tour and the lunch break at Masada was an interesting and informative trip and you could still spend an hour or two at the Dead Sea, enough I feel.
Good guide. The facilities at the spa were not impressive, but OK.
Had a great day at the Dead Sea. The resort we were taken to had good, if fairly basic facilities and there were plenty of chairs and umbrellas. The cafe was also good. Only four of us were dropped off at the Dead Sea - the rest of the coach party then went on to Massada. We were originally told the coach would return and leave at 4.10pm but, as they were delayed, we did not actually all leave until 4.30pm. This meant that we had a very long day at the Dead Sea - well over 5 hours. This did not bother us because we found it very relaxing but others may have felt bored spending this amount of time in the resort as once you are there you are stuck there with nothing else to do.