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Canyon Nahal Tamar

Sodom

Short but challenging hike with a great view. Nahal Tamar is located at the Arava junction just between the mountains of Sodom and Mishor Ha Arava.

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Hamei Zohar at the Dead Sea

Ein Bokek

Separate Beach Swimming in the Dead Sea is probably one of the coolest and most bizarre sensations on Earth and something you should not leave Israel without experiencing.

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Qumran Caves

Dead Sea Area

Where the scrolls were found. The Qumran caves were discovered in 1946 by a Bedouin shepherd searching for a lost sheep.

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Audio-Visual Presentation Masada

Massada

Audio-visual presentation A thrilling sound and light show, presented against the dramatic backdrop of the western side of Masada, tells the story of the rebels’ last days at the cliff-top fortress.

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Masada

Massada

Unforgettable, Inspiring, Uplifting. Mention that you are going to Israel and one of the first things you will be asked is if you are planning to go to Masada.

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Ein Gedi Mosaic

Ein Gedi

Ancient synagogue One of the many treasures in the Ein Gedi Nature reserve is a mosaic floor excavated from an ancient synagogue.

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