Swim at the DEAD SEA
Dead Sea, contrary to its name, is actually a lake situated between Israel and Jordan, approximately 15 miles east of Jerusalem. Dead Sea is the second saltiest body of water in the world and rests at the lowest point of elevation on earth. Though the Dead Sea is very much 'alive', reflecting shimmering pure blue waters, it is called so because the high salt and mineral content in the water, makes it unfeasible for marine life to exist in it. Dead Sea is 8.6 times saltier than the oceanic waters. Historical evidences reveal that the Dead Sea was formed 2 million years ago and, incredibly, still preserves the purity of its prehistoric waters. It is in an area blessed with a warm, sunny climate with low pollution. For many centuries, Dead Sea has been a center for health and well-being. This is because the waters of the Dead Sea comprises of a high degree of minerals that are extremely advantageous to human health.