Bus. Egged Bus 486 travels from the Jerusalem Central Bus Station (platform 5) direct to the Dead Sea, Ein Gedi and Masada (no buses on Shabbat from Friday afternoon till Saturday evening). There is a public beach at the Dead Sea accessible to all about one hour from Jerusalem.
How long does it take from Jerusalem to Dead Sea?
It takes approximately 3h 10m to get from Jerusalem to Dead Sea, including transfers.
Can you drive from Jerusalem to Dead Sea?
Jerusalem to Dead Sea distance:
The Jerusalem to Dead Sea distance is 116 KM, which equates to a driving time of approximately 2 hours to arrive to Ein Bokek, depending on traffic. We advise you to leave early, preferably before 7 AM, so you can arrive at the sea long before noon.
How do I get from Tel Aviv to Dead Sea?
You can take the bus to Jerusalem from either the Tel Aviv central bus station (route 405) or the bus terminus next to Tel Aviv Merkaz railway station (route 480). Both buses go every 15-20 minutes. Pick whichever is nearest to where you are. When you arrive in Jerusalem, you change for the bus to the Dead Sea.
How much is a taxi from Jerusalem to Dead Sea?
Private Taxi Cab
Private taxi cabs from Jerusalem can be arranged to the area, with the cost around 350 ILS to both the Dead Sea and Masada.
Can you see the Dead Sea from Masada?
Many like to climb Masada at sunrise, which has become something of a tradition, with the spectacular view of the Moab Mountains and the Dead Sea. For those seeking a unique and memorable experience atop Masada, check out our Masada Sunrise Yoga, Ein Gedi Oasis, and Dead Sea Wellness Experience Tour.
Is it safe to go to the Dead Sea?
The Dead Sea does pose some risks, just like any other lake or sea on Earth, but it’s still overall a very safe destination.
Is it worth visiting Bethlehem?
The town is definitely worth a visit for its variety of things to see and do, its historical and cultural significance, and unique atmosphere. Bethlehem is a super easy day trip from Jerusalem, and an easy one from Tel Aviv – don’t miss it!
What happens if you drink water from the Dead Sea?
That’s because accidentally swallowing Dead Sea salt water would cause the larynx to inflate, resulting in immediate choking and suffocation.
What should you not wear in Israel?
For those travelers who plan to visit religious sites such as churches, mosques, and the Western Wall, it is advisable to avoid short skirts, short shorts, and sleeveless shirts. Women cover their shoulders, knees, and chest when visiting these sites.
How long does it take to drive from Tel Aviv to the Dead Sea?
You can expect this drive to take between 2 and 3 hours.