Float in the Dead Sea

Everything You Want to Know about the Dead Sea – Questions & Answers

One of Israel's most attractive tourist locations, the Dead Sea still raises many questions and is considered one of the most intriguing areas on this...

Dead Sea is drying up

Why is the Dead Sea Shrinking & How to Save this Wonder of Nature?

The Dead Sea is drying up, losing five to eight meters annually. The lowest point on earth is gradually getting lower, and it seems there's nothing we...

Is the Dead Sea drying up & how to bring “Dead” Sea back to life?

The Dead Sea drying has many people worried. The situation has gotten so bad that some consider the Dead Sea dying. As people living in the area are b...

Desert Wonders: Dead Sea Production

One would not imagine a desert being a particularly green place, or a place that produces anything of value. But this, in fact, is far from the truth....

Dead Sea Kibbutzim: Who lives at the Dead Sea?

It might be called the Dead Sea, but did you know that there are people living in the vicinity of this extremely salty lake? That's right – at the Dea...

Going to Israel? Everything you should know about Israeli culture

Israel may be a very small country, but it is full of good things: cosmopolitan cities, a flourishing countryside, gorgeous beaches & unforgettable pe...

Stars in the Mud: which celebrities have been to the Dead Sea?

Which celebrities have visited the Dead Sea lately, and what have they been doing there? This article will dish the dirt on them – literally....

Is the Dead Sea Dangerous?

The Dead Sea certainly has an intimidating name—downright morbid, really. But is the Dead Sea dangerous to human beings, all things considered?...

Sinkholes

The Dead Sea Sinkholes – a Fascinating, yet Dangerous Phenomenon

The Dead Sea is known for being a unique spot and a top tourist destination: after all, the light turquoise lake is the lowest point on Earth, it is o...

Dead Sea life

Does Anything Live in the Dead Sea? Discover the Dead Sea Wildlife

One of the reasons why The Dead Sea's name was given to it is that no creature can live in its hyper-salty water. On top of that, the climate in the D...