Floating on the Dead Sea

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The lowest point on Earth lies at 1,200 feet below sea level, where the Jordan River empties into the Dead Sea.

Because of the extreme salinity of the water (which means nothing can live here - hence the name) it is possible to experience the peculiar sensation of floating on the surface.

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Getting Under The Skin Of Jordan
For a small country, Jordan packs an impressive punch in terms of history, culture and scenery, and the proximity of its key sights makes a holiday...
8 Days
From £3,060pp

Places to Stay in Jordan

Kempinski Ishtar Dead Sea
All rooms and suites face the Dead Sea and have a spacious outdoor balcony, terrace or veranda.

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