Jordan's Dead Sea is alive with possibilities

Site of health resorts since the time of the biblical King Herod, the al-Baḥr al-Mayyit (better known to us as the Dead Sea) is the world's deepest hypersaline lake (1,237 feet deep) and its shores the deepest point on our planet's surface (1,388 below sea level). Touristically it's been better known from its Israeli side, but its eastern shore in Jordan is also a fascinating destination, with not only health and leisure resorts but ecotourism and historic sites including the...  keep reading

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