Dead Sea Land Tourism
An exotic oasis, wondrous sea, and stunning desert cliffs and canyons make the Dead Sea Land a very attractive global tourist destination. The unique travel experience offered by this region is a delightful combination of relaxation and indulgence, with a variety of activities and attractions for every age and inclination: hiking, motorized field trips, cycling, extreme sports, spectacular nature reserves, desert life observation, world heritage sites, culinary experiences and of course – medical and spa treatments.
Come and see
Ein Gedi Race
First held in 1983, the Ein Gedi International Race, held every winter, holds the title “the lowest race on earth”.
Tamar Music Festival
An annual musical celebration for the whole family that has taken place during the week of Sukkot every year since 1999.
Feast of Epiphany
Every year on January 18th, thousands of Orthodox pilgrims flock to the holy site on the Jordan River known as Qasr el Yahud.
The Small Crater
This circular-shaped landform is considered a natural wonder, and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
A green oasis is situated in the heart of a stunning canyon created by the Bokek River in the wild Judean Desert cliffs.
One of the largest and the most impressive of the Judean Desert streams, and it is the ultimate attraction for travelers seeking an adventure.
Ein Gedi Nature Reserve
In the heart of the desert, near the shores of the Dead Sea, at the foot of rugged cliffs, there is a green paradise.
The Botanical Garden at Kibbutz Ein Gedi
Boasts more than 900 plant species, some of which are very rare.