Documentation dates of salt formations:
Top pictures: 15th of April 2016  below: 25th of October 2016
Winter sunset boat rides, Wednesdays, twice a month,
Time: 13:00-16:00 

Join us on an amazing quest, to photograph the Dead Sea like never before.

Travel on the only exploration boat that traverses the Dead Sea, so that you can  see for yourself why this enchanted place was nominated as one of the natural wonders of the world! Capture images of shrinking water levels. Document the magical salt formations, mini-canyons and sinkholes, as they transform continuously, uncovering new geological phenomena.

Exclusively available for 9 people… for each ride!

Price: 280NIS/$75 per person, not including travel to Dead Sea embarkation point

Meeting place: Kibbutz Metzpe Shalem junction.
Make a reservation for your  Dead Sea excursion :
Reserve the Dead Sea ride for your group or family

We can arrange it –  according to your convenience.                                            


Noam Bedein, Storytelling Photography, 054-559-8977

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Noam Bedein is a director of the Sderot Media Center. It is a media advocacy center which portrays the human face of Sderot and southern Israel under siege, to the international media and public. Noam, a native of Tzfat, grew up in Efrat, Israel. After finishing the Beit El Yeshiva High School, Noam learned at a pre-Army training program in the Jordan Valley and then served for three years as an IDF sergeant for an artillery scout unit along the Lebanese border. After the army, Noam served as an emissary for The Jewish Agency in Boston, Massachusetts and then traveled for a year in the Far East.

Upon his return to Israel, Noam relocated to Sderot and pioneered the “Sderot Media Center for the Western Negev Ltd", which has spawned the Sderot Media Center. In this position, Noam is a photojournalist, lecturer and gives briefings to foreign government officials, embassies, foreign press and student groups from around the world.


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