Lag Baomer is the perfect weekend for an exciting holiday package of tours, activities, and excitement in the Dead Sea area! Save big by joining us for caving, canyoning, rappelling, Segway riding, and most importantly: a proper holiday bonfire!
This action-packed schedule is comprised of our three best selling tours, along with a desert cave fire celebration on Friday evening, for a complete desert experience! With this package, you'll also have enough downtime to relax, hike, or go swimming in the Dead Sea!
An evening excursion with a mixture of hiking, rappelling, and delicious desert tea. This trip is lead by certified rappelling instructors that will keep you feeling safe, so you can fully enjoy the adventure!
Duration: 4 hours
The desert city of Arad sits like a pearl in the middle of the Israeli desert. On this tour you'll explore it atop a Segway, gliding through its streets and learning about its diverse population and fascinating history. The tour ends with some delicious street food tastings!
Duration: 1.5 hours
Desert Cave Fire: Lag Baomer Edition
You can't celebrate Lag Baomer without a bonfire! We'll take a short hike out to our favorite cave, light a fire, tell stories, sing songs, and drink some delicious beer.
Duration: Into the night!
This is the tour everyone raves about! We'll take you exploring the fascinating salt caves of Mount Sodom. The magnificent caves are fascinating both aesthetically and geologically, so you'll love crawling through them!
Duration: 2.5 hours
The price includes:
4 amazing activities for a great price!
Desert tea and coffee during the adventures
Safety and rappelling equipment
Optional: 2 nights stay at the Dead Sea Adventure Hostel
The price does not include:
Food & drinks
Anything not specified in the "price includes" section or not agreed upon in advance
Please bring with you:
Passport, small backpack, comfortable closed-toe shoes, a hat, sunscreen, and water.
Ages: 16 and up. Participants under 18 must have signed permission from parents or legal guardians.
Trips and times are subject to change according to weather, security conditions, and decisions made by the trip leaders on the field.