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Ruth Kringle: 
If you want to take a day by the Dead Sea, maybe do the Masada site in the morning, you don't need to do go in to the grimmer aspects of the story with little ones, but it is a spectacular site and a great place to explore. There is now a modern indoor museum too, nice place to cool off in the heat of the day. Then drive on to Ein Gedi and finish the day with an easy hike up Nahal David and some playtime in the pool and waterfall at the top.

  • Ruth Kringle We did Ein Gedi when Rafi was 3 and he was fine...

  • Deborah Dickson not even in your backpack? or take in case?

  • Yael Webb Parnes We went last year. My son had just turned 3. Masada was hard for him (he loooooooved the cable cart though) We went in spring and it was already really hot though. Now it would be a killer. We went to Nahal David (next to Ein Gedi) the day after. So much fun!! Couldn't get my son or his dad out of the water!

  • Ruth Kringle You won't need the backpack for a 3 year old at ein gedi, which is nahal David - after a few hundred mtres walk in which is exposed and hot, it's just loads of fun with short walks from one water pool to the next. We did it at shavuot time. Masada would be hard. Save it!

  • Tanya Jacobs Really your three year olds had no problem going up those narrowstairs? They looked pretty scary tome! And i remember my five year old complaining. What i do remember is that there aresome nice pools ,much less busy on the way down and it's worthwhilke hanging out there for a while