Treat yourself and your loved ones to a relaxing day with lunch including towel in one of the most spectacular natural and spiritual places in the whole world. The Dead Sea is first world natural spa and the lowest point on earth; its calm shining water glowing from its scorching sun is known for the concentration of salt and minerals, which makes it a therapeutic as well as a unique swimming experience not to be missed! This tour gives you the option to make it an adventure day exploring the Lowest Point on Earth Museum or check out the Menu the Vitale Spa has to offer to make it a kick back relaxing day.
This is a perfect get away for you and your family. You will be transferred from Amman hotel in the comfort of a private vehicle to visit one of Jordan’s unique and incomparable places, the Dead Sea. It is considered the lowest point on earth, 400 meters under sea level the Dead Sea speaks for itself; there is no living fish in this area hence its name and it is the first natural spa in the world! It is by far one of Jordan’s most impressive and spectacular places to visit. Its calm shining water glowing from its scorching sun is known for the concentration of salt and minerals, which makes it a therapeutic as well as a unique swimming experience not to be missed! Enjoy a full day relaxing and swimming at leisure including towel with lunch buffet at the casual yet distinctive Dead Sea Spa Crystal Restaurant serving a wide variety of selection including traditional Middle Eastern and International cuisines.Double up this unique experience by upgrade your tour to include either Vitalia Spa at the Dead Sea Spa hotel massage and treatments where you can enjoy a wide variety of services: Facial, Body Wrap Mud, Body Scrub or treatments such as Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Acne & Neurodermitis and many other treatments. Or by visiting in route the Lowest Point on Earth Museum in Safi area Jordan, which show case a collection of artifacts and other cultural and historical object with descriptions of diverse populations that have inhabited the Dead Sea shores over the past millennium. From there the visitor can also see the area known for the Biblical story of the destruction of Sodom and Gomorra, which was turned into salt and get a better knowledge of the history of the Dead Sea.