The Dead Sea is threatened by an environmental disaster and in two weeks time on 20th May there will be an exciting event at Ein Bokek to which everyone is invited.
Do you know what is happening to the Dead Sea? The continual decline of the water level is creating an ecological imbalance on both land and sea that will destroy natural habitats and cause the loss of this unique precious resource. The Dead Sea is an eco-system housing both natural and historic treasures, important to those who love to visit, and to the entire world.
SAVE OUR SEA is a small, volunteer-based awareness organization with an ambitious non-political mission dedicated to preserving, protecting and restoring the Dead Sea for future generations.
By showing the world how much we care we can make things happen.
We plan to do this in many ways.
You can help draw attention to the plight of the Dead Sea by joining us for the very first DEAD SEA FLOAT on Thursday May 20th 2010.
The float will take place at 4.30pm on the public beach in Ein Bokek, a short drive from Jerusalem and Beer Sheva. In the evening there will be several Israeli musicians performing in The Bedouin Tent.