Oasis Dead Sea

Address: Ein Bokek-Dead Sea, Ein Bokek, Dead Sea Region, 86930, Israel | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Ein Bokek-Dead Sea, Ein Bokek.
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      Travel Blogs from Ein Bokek

      Judean Desert

      A travel blog entry by beverlybrown on Jun 09, 2014

      1 comment, 53 photos

      We left our hotel and climbed into jeeps and rode through the Judean Desert. It was just like the Pink Jeep Tours in Sedona, AZ except everything here is white and everything there is red.

      Scroll through the pictures quickly so you don't get bored. But I couldn't stop taking them because everything is so different and eerie and beautiful …

      The Tabernacle and the seas

      A travel blog entry by jase-edma on Nov 03, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... guess what? A mushroom! Ha-ha. The day is pretty hot at this point (how did I manage to live in Venezuela for 30 years?), so is a good thing we get out of the bus just for few minutes then we jump back to it, with air conditioner. Another interesting thing to see here is the Smelting Furnace. An ancient copper-smelting furnace from the Egyptian period at Timna. We also saw The Miners Temple and The Solomon's Pillars. The pillars are not man made and apparently are related ...

      A Mountain Bathhouse

      A travel blog entry by jkromp on Jul 07, 2014

      20 photos

      ... entirely different building. Jonah introduced us to the temple, explaining the meaning and history of the mikvah. Any natural body of water can be used for a mikvah, and the tradition of purifying oneself has been a part of the Jewish tradition for thousands of years according to references in the Torah. It's a pretty simple process that basically involves stripping down, wading into a body of water, and submerging for a few moments. Certain prayers can be said as well. It is an act ...

      Another World

      A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jun 16, 2014

      44 photos

      ... scrolls were found. Did you know the Dead Sea Scrolls had the same writing as the Bible, and it came first? Imagine that!

      Second we headed to En Gedi where I we hiked through the desert to multiple waterfalls. Starting the hike I would not have thought there would have been a waterfall let alone a stream anywhere around. Surely enough though we did get to see 4-5 waterfalls, the biggest one I decided to cool off in. :) We also got to see groundhog type animals all ...

      Wine Tasting - Golan Heights Winery

      A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on Jun 01, 2014

      34 photos

      ... day) after consulting his GPS mapreader (WAZE), to take the West Bank road, which was the more direct route and 2 hours shorter. It was also the 'bolder' path given the location of the road! Before setting off, we made a brief stop for refreshments where he questioned one of the cafe employees who confirmed that it was absolutely safe (he used the road on a weekly basis).

      It was sunset when we arrived at the Dead Sea and ...