Available Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Starts from Eilat
no hidden fees
Our Dead Sea Shuttle Tour from Eilat with Spa is the perfect way to take a break from the Red Sea, and enjoy the wonders of the Dead Sea, the lowest point on
Our Dead Sea Shuttle Tour from Eilat with Spa is the perfect way to take a break from the Red Sea, and enjoy the wonders of the Dead Sea, the lowest point on earth. The shuttle will depart from Eilat in the morning, driving north through the Negev Desert, to the Dead Sea, where you will enjoy a full day at a Dead Sea Spa in Ein Bokek. You’ll immerse yourself in the unique healing muds of the Dead Sea, float in the waters, and have the opportunity to access a luxury spa including all-you-can-eat lunch, included in the price! Returning to Eilat in the evening, you’ll be rejuvenated, and ready for more Red Sea fun.
*Dead Sea Shuttle Tour from Eilat with Spa includes spa access and lunch – worth $50 per person*
Dead Sea Shuttle Tour from Eilat with Spa Highlights
Leave from Eilat and drive toward the lowest point on Earth, the Dead Sea
Enjoy an entire day relaxing in the salty waters of the Dead Sea at Ein Bokek
Immerse yourself in the healing muds
Enjoy spa access. Set within a leading resort hotel, take advantage of the hotel’s facilities, jacuzzi, pools, gym, and beach
Buffet lunch at the spa is included.
Optional Spa treatments can be arranged on the site directly.
Leave the Dead Sea in the evening and head back to Eilat
Dead Sea Shuttle Tour from Eilat with Spa Itinerary
06:00 – Pickup from 4 central locations in Eilat
08:30 – Arrive at the Dead Sea resort of Ein Bokek, and enjoy a day of pampering at a Dead Sea Spa, including lunch.
19:00 – Pickup and return to Eilat
22:00 – Arrival back in Eilat
NB – all timings are approximate
Inclusions: Transportation from Eilat to Ein Bokek (Dead Sea) and back, access to the Spa with lunch (value of $50 per person)
Exclusions: Drinks and food not mentioned in the itinerary, optional treatments at the Spa.
This tour is available during the winter season only, from the end of October until the end of March.