Mud Masking and Soaking in Deep Sea
Isreal and Jordan
The Dead Sea – bordering Israel, the West Bank, and Jordan – is a salt lake whose banks are more than 400m below sea level, the lowest point on dry land. Its famously hypersaline water makes floating easy, and its mineral-rich black mud is used for therapeutic and cosmetic treatments at area resorts. The surrounding desert offers many oases and historic sites.
It is arguably the biggest free spa on the earth. The black Dead Sea mud, easy to spread on the body, provides the skin with nourishing minerals, such as sodium, chloride, magnesium, potassium, iron, and calcium.
The mineral content in the water has healing properties for various skin disease, respiratory ailments, and rheumatic pain.
Numerous wellness retreats serve the tourists who visit the lake for a therapeutic dip. Apart from its medicinal properties, the Dead Sea mineral wrap and salt peeling are popular aesthetic therapies common to the region. The therapies begin with full body brushing and exfoliation with Dead Sea Salt and Nourishing minerals found in Dead Sea mud are plastered onto the skin for deep absorption
The three major tourist areas of the Dead Sea region are Ein Bokek (the hotel area), Ein Gedi (where the Ein Gedi spa and Ein Gedi nature reserve are located) and Masada (the famous historic site)
- Queen Alia International Airport.
- From Queen Alia International Airport drive north towards Amman.
- At Naour Bridge (approximately 15 km) turn left at sign ‘Dead Sea’.
- Proceed approximately 35 km.
- The Dead Sea and the hotel are on the right.
Dead Sea Region is 46 mi from Ben Gurion Intl Airport (Tel Aviv, Israel).
Distances to the Dead Sea from central locations in Israel:
- Tel Aviv – Dead Sea: 170km
- Jerusalem – Dead Sea: 100km
- Ben Gurion Airport – Dead Sea: 160km
- Arad – Dead Sea: 30km (Arad is the nearest city to the Dead Sea)
- Beer Sheva – Dead Sea: 75km
- Eilat – Dead Sea: 210km
Ben Gurion International Airport, commonly referred to as Ben Gurion Airport or Natbag, is the main international airport of Israel and the busiest airport in the country, located 19 km to the southeast of Tel Aviv.Flights to Israel
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A Wellness Therapy
South East Asia
– (the region around Huangpu River, Shandong Province, China; Hua Hin, Thailand, and Bali, Indonesia)
- Chinese medicine,
- Thai and
- Balinese therapies
Thailand and Bali are extremely popular,but there are few wellness retreats in China too which adopt unique medicinal practices to help ease out stress and resolve various ailments
Water Yoga or aerobics are extremely popular in many beach-side retreats in Thailand and Bali.
In Thailand exploring the serene beauty of Hua Hin (a seaside resort city ) is rejuvenating itself. Apart from nature beauty, a stay can be booked in one of the many health resorts renowned add for its numerous wellness and detox programs which address weight management, fitness, and anti-aging.Flights to Bangkok
Wellness Gateways in Ubud and Seminyak region of Bali, offers multiple-day programs focus on intensive yoga, pilates, martial artsand other wellness practices that stretch up to multiple hours, and adiet of organic and raw cuisine.
A few set-ups located on the banks of River Ayung include hiking, biking, and rafting amid Bali`s stunning rice paddies and river gorges as a part of the wellness initiative too.Flights to Bali
Half Hidden in lush greenery along the upstream of Huangpu River China, natural hot spring water serves as a main source of therapies. These hot springs treatments coupled with healthy diet Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and elements of Inedia (a practice which emphasis on proper breathing techniques) are customised into wholesome programs to suit requirement.Flights to Shanghai
Retreats around the Shandong Province aim to improve your health, inner peace, get fit, and gain knowledge about alternative eastern methods of healing and longevity in.Flights to Shandong