Dead Sea is between the State of Israel, Palestine and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. It is famous for being very salty. Although called a sea, morphologically it is a lake because it has no direct connection with the World Ocean. The sea is disappearing and will eventually disappear, so hurry to see this wonder of the world, lest you regret it later. Over the last decades, the Dead Sea has covered tens of meters and has been divided into two bodies of water connected by a canal, which will eventually disappear. The Dead Sea was named by the Romans, before it was called "Salt", "Eastern", "Asphalt". The Dead Sea is 420m below the Global Ocean Level. The water in the recess is not filled because the water evaporates much more than it fills from the Jordan River. According to the Bible, Jesus was baptized on the Jordan River and later baptized on the Jordan River to all who would.
Dead Sea is undoubtedly one of the most unique and spectacular places on our planet. Whether you choose to rest on the Dead Sea in Israel, Palestine or Jordan, it will be a lifelong experience. I would recommend Palestine, which I think is safer than Jordan. You do not need a visa in Palestine and Israel (a Jordanian visa with Jordanpass costs around 100 euros) and you can easily reach Palestine by renting a car from Israel. By the way, at the Dead Sea, almost all beaches are paid for, costing 10-15 euros a day. Of course, you can swim for free on the beach, not on the beaches. But there will be no shower cubicles, but they are really needed, because salt water gets very nice even on the slightest scratch, so if you decide to bathe off the beach, be sure to take some water, as do the local Palestinians. You can also enjoy a free spa and mud bath in the Dead Sea in Palestine. Dead Sea mud rejuvenates the skin, heals joints and muscle aches.
Dead Sea water beneficial to health. It is one of the first resorts in the world where the world's powerful have been on health trips since ancient times. Even Queen Cleopatra of Egypt was visiting here. Magnesium, potassium, calcium chloride and bromides in Dead Sea water, rejuvenates the human skin, improves the nervous system, activates blood circulation, strengthens bones and nails, relaxes muscles, but at the same time gives the body energy and strength, strengthens immunity.
Planning trips to Israel at any time of the year is welcome. Sunny and dry weather prevails throughout the Dead Sea throughout the year. We visited the Dead Sea in March. At that time the air temperature was about 30 degrees and the sea temperature about 25 degrees. After talking to the local Jews, they were very surprised that we were so cold in the water, the locals were at sea when the water temperature rose above 30 degrees. When they told us that we were bathing in the Baltic Sea, when their water temperature reached 16 degrees, their eyes literally "exploded."
Hotels by the Dead Sea ya quite expensive. Then where to live by the Dead Seathat you wouldn't cut your wallet very much. If you have a rental car I would suggest staying in Arad, it is right next to the Dead Sea. We lived in a Ukrainian apartment - The Swallow's Nest, Arad. Definitely recommend, very huge and nice room with separate shower and toilet. If you do not speak English, you will speak Russian well. With a separate entrance, the room has a large terrace where you can sit and share your impressions in the evenings. If you book any hotel, no matter where, I suggest using the link https://www.booking.com/s/34_6/rukasz67 , it will give you and me a discount on the hotel.
And a few at the end tips for going to the Dead Sea. If you are renting a car, make sure you take a picture or film all the scratches on the car so that you do not have a problem returning the car. Most rental cars work only until 17.00, so if you book a car while in Lithuania, make sure you can arrive at the car rental desk before it closes. If you are flying to Eilat, it will take about an hour by bus from Eilat Airport to Eilat City. And a tip for women and girls, be sure to buy cosmetics Premier made from Dead Sea minerals.
Good rest at the Dead Sea.