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Dead Sea
Reading News paper on Dead Sea
Dead Sea aerial view
Floating on Dead Sea
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Floating on Dead Sea
Salt field in the Dead Sea
Withered bush in the Dead Sea

The Dead Sea’s unusually high salt concentration means that people can easily float in the Dead Sea due to natural buoyancy. In this respect the Dead Sea is similar to the Great Salt Lake in Utah in the United States.

Entering the extremely salty waters (eight times saltier than the sea) is an experience in itself - firstly because it is velvety-soft, secondly because any tiny little cut will sting like heck and thirdly because all pain disappears in the wonderment of being weightless in water. It's not just the fun of super-buoyancy that makes the Dead Sea worth a visit though. Smother your body in Dead Sea mud, and the green goo is said to take 10 years off you. You can also say you've been to the lowest place on earth as the shore is 420m below sea level.

The Dead Sea is shrinking due to water management in the hot, dry countries that surround it. It may even disappear in as few as 50 years so this is a must-see with a deadline. 

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