Out of curiosity - not because I'm looking for a nudist beach!! Taxes, fees not included for deals content. Perhaps someone else can enlighten on this subject. Staying a few days will give you the benefits of the area, but note that you must not be exposed for long periods of time to the Dead Sea water, sulphur baths, mud or other Dead Sea products. Yes, Mineral Beach is still closed -you can go to the beach at Kalia which is at the northern end of the Dead Sea and is open, has all the necessary facilities, showers, etc. That is absolutely right.
I would like to go for a short Ein Gedi hike, tour Masada, and a dead sea float.
Thanks fro sharing them. Oreet S 18, forum posts. This guide tells you all you need to know about this big old lake, how to get here, what to bring, and most importantly: Dome of the Rock? Or is it so hard to find that I don't have to worry about stumbling onto it.