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Dead Sea intro. The Dead Sea, located in Jordan, is one of the most remarkable places on Earth. With an elevation of over 1000 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest land surface on the planet. Nevertheless, the Dead Sea by no means follows its notorious name. As a matter of fact, the area has been a secluded jewel, offering an ideal holiday spot for decades, but only now are people starting to flock here. Dead Sea hotels are most commonly coastal resorts offering phenomenal beauty and health packages for guests. The towns of Ein Gedi and Ein Bohek provide some of the most luxurious hotels in the Dead Sea, boasting spas, sunshine, and utter relaxation. Believe or not, the Dead Sea is a truly vibrant holiday destination, and breathtaking Dead Sea hotels are just the beginning. There are numerous attractions that are certainly worth a visit, such as the Qumran Caves, the Palaces of Masada, the tourists hotspot of Metzoke Dragot, and of course, the Dead Sea itself, which is over eight times saltier than the oceans of the world. Swimming can literally float on the water without moving a muscle.
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