Travel to the Dead Sea
Begin your special day in the Dead Sea with a bike ride. - Bike in the spectacular scenery of the Dead Sea. Several route options available depending on the level of the riders. Riding off-road, explore the area between the mountains and the sea in the stunning quiet landscape of the area.
Dead Sea Bike - Millions of years ago, water from an ancient ocean penetrated the land, and covered the entire Rift Valley - so the Sea of Galilee and the Dead Sea were actually connected as one big lake (to be named, years later, "Lake Lisan"). As climate got warmer, this lake dried up and shrunk in most of it's parts. Today, the remains of the huge Lake Lisan are those two wonderful special lakes mentioned above - Sea Of Galilee in the north and Dead Sea in the south. The receding of the lake revealed some extraordinary Geological phenomenon and unbelievably beautiful rock formation that can be seen only by a closer look. Through our tour we will take you to some of these hidden corners that display the power, patient and beauty of Mother Nature.
Dead Sea Boat Ride - How many people can say that they have sailed on the Lowest Place on Earth? not only that, but the Dead Sea, also known in Hebrew as "The Sea of Salt", is one of the saltiest lake in the world - with about 34.2% salinity. As a result, there are no fish living in the Dead Sea, but it sure has Salt - rare and magnificent salt formations, sculptured by time and the forces of Nature.
Take a boat ride on the Dead Sea in a small group motorboat or in kayaks and see amazing salt formations and scenery. During this unique experience you will enjoy the wondrous muds, salt pearls, salt diamonds, water springs streaming to the sea and sink holes filled with fresh water. Learn about the ecosystem and the environmental issues connected to the Dead Sea.
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What's the weather like in Israel?v
Spring (late March – May): Daytime temperatures are generally very pleasant - around 65-70°F, though it can still be hot in some areas (such as the Dead Sea and Eilat). There is a slight chance of rain, but it doesn't happen often. It can be cooler in the evenings in the North and Jerusalem - approximately 45°F.
Summer (late May - late September): Temperatures are usually in the high 80s-90s. At this time of year, humidity will be highest in Tel Aviv and Tiberias. Other areas such as Jerusalem are drier and cooler, particularly at night. The desert, Masada and Eilat are extremely hot, but dry. It will almost never rain in the summer in Israel!
Fall (late September – November): Same as Spring, but the rain can begin towards the end of the season.
Winter (December - early March): Winter can be mild and sunny, or severe and overcast. There's often heavy rain and, in January and February, even snow at times! Temperatures will be in the 50s-60s most places, but in the 40s in Jerusalem and the Galilee hills, and cold at night. Pack layers and be prepared for anything!
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Terms of Payment
Deposit is due immediately to secure the booking.
Balance for the trip is due no later than 45 days prior to first day of trip.
Please refer to our full Terms and Conditions here.
Bookings can be cancelled within 48 hours, with a full refund.
Full refunds or changes will be possible for cancellations made as a result of force majeure circumstances, or due to Israel-imposed governmental or air flight restrictions related to COVID-19.
Cancellations up to 45 days prior to departure, the deposit per person will be charged (non-refundable).
Cancellations between 45 to 30 days prior to departure, entail a cancellation fee of 50% of the tour cost per person.
Cancellations between 29 to 8 days prior to departure, entail a cancellation fee of 75% of the tour cost per person.
For 7 to 0 days prior to departure entail a cancellation fee of 100% of the cost of the trip
Should members of a group booking cancel their participation, their deposits cannot be applied to the balance payment of other group members.
All cancellation requests must be made in writing.