Plan your day tour to the Dead Sea
Day Tours the Dead Sea is a great way to see the Dead Sea and the best place for an unforgettable day in the desert. We offer you the most exciting tours in the area with various activities (mineral bath, mud bath, camel rides, jeeps and 4×4s), and our qualified tour guides will take care of you throughout your tour.
Jordan has been famous for its the Dead Sea for thousands of years, and it still attracts tourists from all over the world today. The Dead Sea is renowned for its therapeutic properties, and there are many spas around the area where you can relax and rejuvenate yourself.
We are proud to be one of Jordan’s oldest and most experienced tour operators in Jordan, especially in the Wadi Rum area. We have been operating tours since 1992, and we employ a professional team of certified tour guides that can speak fluent English, Arabic, French and German. They are all experienced in guiding tourists throughout Jordan and the Middle East. Our staff is also well trained to answer any specific questions regarding the tours or recommendations on travel destinations across Jordan or the region.
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Your English speaking driver will collect you from your hotel at the Dead Sea early morning and transfer you by an air-conditioned vehicle along the Desert Highway for approx. 3 hours to the rose red city of PetraDetails
Pick up from your Dead Sea Hotel by an English speaking driver, transfer by an air conditioned family-sized sedan or van to Madaba. Beautiful examples of mosaics can be found throughout this town – you will visit the 6th Century St George Church to see the oldest mosaic map of the Holy Lands (approx. AD 560), discovered rebuilding of the church in 1884. On your way from Mt Nebo indulge in the warm water of the natural thermal springsDetails
Jerash is a “must see” during your stay in Jordan. Close to the capital of Amman, you can easily reach this fantastic ancient city and spend plenty of time exploring all the ancient ruins. Top the day off by visiting The Citadel in the heart of Amman, the oldest site of civilization in the city.Details
Spend a day visiting the tombs of the venerable companions of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) killed during the Battle of Mu’tah. Also see Lot’s Wife Pillar and Mt Nebo where Prophet Moses saw the Promised Land before he died.Details
Visit the King Abdullah Mosque and drive through downtown Amman before heading to the 7 Sleepers Cave (Ashab al Kahf), mentioned in a Sura in the Holy Qur’an. We then drive to the shrine of Abdul Rahman bin Auf, one of the first eight people to accept Islam, before heading towards al Salt in the Jordan Valley.Details
Drive to the old Decapolis City of Umm Qais, overlooking the Sea of Galilee. The ruins include those of two theaters, a temple, a basilica and other buildings, telling of a once splendid city. Then visit Aljoun and Jerash – the best preserved Greco-Roman provincial city in the worldDetails
Most of the Dead Sea’s water comes from the Jordan River, which flows from the north into the lake.
The Dead Sea is the lowest body of water on Earth, with an elevation about 1,300 feet below that of the Mediterranean Sea. The Dead Sea’s water is about 10 times saltier than normal ocean water.
The ground is mostly mud and salt built up from the sea, so it is not comfortable to walk on barefoot.