the dead sea in israel -400meter under the sea line !! wonderful place good weather nice place for healfy stuff and good vacation :) dont forget this place you will
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If you guess where the above photos were taken, it is estimated that many people guess it is Chaka Salt Lake. No, no, this is a set of photos taken by my dead sea in Israel.
Impression, playing the Dead Sea in addition to taking a newspaper to play floating, is to take the Dead Sea mud to do the spa. But this time I will open a hidden level for the Dead Sea. Dead sea water is slowly forming white salt crystals on the shore because of the high salt content. Even in the vicinity of the shore, there will be some shoals formed by salt crystals. In fact, this is similar to the principle of salt lakes. .
Actually there are many such crystalline salt flats on the Dead Sea, but most of the river banks are a little distance from the road, and the general public beach or the hotels private beach will remove the salt and change it into sand. So most tourists don't know the existence of these crystalline salt flats. The salt flat I found this time is very close to the road. It is just a little south of the famous public beach of Ein Bokek. It can be seen after a few hundred meters.
Because there are no attractions, so few people. When I arrived, there was a group of local people who were taking pictures, playing music under the big sun, and having fun. This is a shoal that stretches into the lake. There are a few white crystals that rise slightly above the water and look like white sand at a distance. This piece of lake is also very clear, like a green gem, quite beautiful. But pay attention to the salt crystals are very hard and very tight, you must wear slippers, even then I accidentally knocked my feet out of the blood.
Tip: In the summer, the beach is super sun-baked. It is recommended to take pictures in the morning or one night. It will not be so dry, and the light in the morning and evening is better. The suggestion is that in the morning, because the wind in the morning is relatively small, the reflection effect of the sky can be taken. This time we arrived in the evening, the wind is very big, and most of the places do not have the effect of reflection.
If you don't live in the Dead Sea, it is recommended to drive by yourself. First of all, the time is more flexible, and the scenery on the second road is also very beautiful. You can take a photo by driving a beautiful spot, but you can understand it by public transportation. We are renting a car in Jerusalem for a day. The small model is very cheap, plus the total risk is less than 200. The fuel cost is four, and the cost of public transportation is similar, but the convenience is self-evident.
Let's talk about the Dead Sea. Because of the high temperature and salt in the Dead Sea, there are no fish in the water to survive, so once I imagined that the color of the Dead Sea was black. Until I really came here, I found that its color will be different at different times of the day, and it can float easily on the water no matter how you are. How to describe it... Its like lying in the Liushui dew... with a drop of dead sea water I tasted it, it was not very salty... but it was disgusting...
The four seas are not dead, and the four seas are colored. If you want to drift, you can lift the four legs.
Jeep drove into the desolate, suddenly deep trenches, the masses in the Jewish desert.
The Dead Sea is located between Israel, Jordan, and Palestine. Seen from afar, the Dead Sea is like a double-tail fish, swimming between the mountains. The Dead Sea has no tides and isn't disturbed by waves. The lake and the shore both contain high salt content. In such water, fish and other organisms all find it difficult to survive, so there are only bacteria and algae and no other life forms in the water. There are also no flowers or grass along the shoreline, which is why people call it the Dead Sea. Additionally, the water is highly buoyant because of its high salt content. Wade into the Dead Sea, and you're not likely to sink. The Dead Sea is a relatively low point on the earth's land surface, so it's also known as the "navel of the world."