The place is amazing, lots of history, great view, must see place, the bad thing is that handicaps cant actually come here if they have a wheel chair, I think this must be fixed if the place says it gives easy access to them...
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Before hiking or taking the sky tram up to the top of Masada, take time to visit the museum. You will understand everything up there better if you do. The museum has lots to offer in terms of history and perspective, as well as genuine...More
Masada is located on the edge of the Judean desert near Sodom & Gomorrah. Masasah is a free-standing mesa with shear cliffs that is 450 meters above the Dead Sea. The top of this escarpment is approximately 650 by 300 meters in size. Its remote...More
Great day to the Masada and Dead Sea with Bein Harim Tourism Services. Excellent organisation from start to finish, with a great lunch at the Dead Sea. Special mention for the tour guide Yuval Bigio who has a great knowledge of the tourist attractions, in...More
Don't miss it. It is one of the most amazing places to visit in Israel. During the summer it can get VERY HOST. Temperatures might get to 45 degrees Celsius in the Dead Sea region.
We only visited because we purchased audio guides at the top of the Masada site which included free museum access (20 nis for both). There are some artifacts that they found on top but the best artifacts are at the Israel museum. We spent 20...More