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Viewpoint in Dead Sea Panoramic Complex

Dead Sea Panoramic Complex Lookout

Walk among the cacti to this lookout, high above the Dead Sea, then watch raptors wheel in the wadis below and you will have to pinch yourself to think that you are standing at sea level. This wonderful museum and r…
Middle Eastern in Dead Sea Panoramic Complex

Panorama Restaurant

To recharge, try at least one mezze in the Panorama Restaurant, which more than lives up to its name. The excellent cuisine makes it a popular venue for weekend lunch and dinner. Try the ground-walnut (JD3) or shank…
Cave in Lot’s Cave

Lot’s Cave

Lot’s Cave, just past the Lisan Peninsula, is where he and his daughters apparently lived after fleeing the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. The cave, a 10-minute climb up a steep flight of steps, is surrounded b…
Museum in Dead Sea Panoramic Complex

Dead Sea Museum

For an excellent introduction to the geology, history and environment of the Dead Sea, spare an hour for this museum.
Museum in Lot’s Cave

Lowest Point on Earth Museum

Shaped like a giant stone comma, it contains beautifully displayed remains excavated from the site, including mosaics, 4500 year-old pottery, and ancient textiles Other displays explain the area's importance for sug…
Arts & Crafts in Lot’s Cave

Safi Crafts

A café and crafts shop in the Lowest Point on Earth Museum run by Safi Crafts, a local women's cooperative.