Getting to the Dead Sea is easy with Israel’s efficient and convenient public transportation system that operates throughout the country.
It is also possible to arrive by private car.

These are the main travel options to the Dead Sea:

Public Transportation

From Jerusalem and the surrounding area:

Egged route 444, 486

From Tel Aviv and Central Israel:

Egged route 421

From Beer-Sheva:

Egged route 384

From Eilat:

Egged route 444

It is recommended to review the official Egged website for any changes in the operation hours.


Omri Abuhmad: 050-9031990
Yossi Ciechanover: 050-4085000
Asaf Takoma: 052-7915240

Private Vehicles

Coming from Jerusalem:

Drive through the French Hill towards Ma’ale Adumim.
Continue towards Jericho. Turn right at the Lido Junction and drive to the complex at Ein Bokek, approximately 50 Minutes` from Ein Gedi and Masada. From there it takes 10 minutes to get to the Dead Sea.

From Highway 6 and the Coastal Road:

Head south, cross the Beit Kama Junction, and then turn left at the Lehavim Junction.
When you reach the Shoket Junction, continue to Arad.
Drive straight past the traffic circle and head toward the Dead Sea.

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