- Introduction to Israel
- American Airlines LAX Flagship Lounge
- Chicago O’Hare American Airlines Flagship Lounge
- American Airlines ORD-LHR 777 Business Class
- American Airlines Arrivals Lounge at London Heathrow
- Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel Review
- Intercontinental Bethlehem (Jacir Palace) Hotel Review
- Le Meridien Dead Sea Hotel Review
- Park Plaza Orchid Tel Aviv Hotel Review
- Is Israel Safe for Tourists?
- The Sights and Sounds of Bethlehem
- The Sights and Sounds of Jerusalem
- The Sights and Sounds of Masada
- The Sights and Sounds of the Dead Sea
- The Sights and Sounds of the Negev Desert
- The Sights and Sounds of Tel Aviv
- Scam City: Israel Edition
- The Various Eats in Israel
- Tel Aviv Airport Dan Lounge
- Paris CDG American Airlines Admiral’s Club Lounge
After leaving Jerusalem, I drove towards the Dead Sea on Hwy 90 and wanted to squeeze in a quick trip to Masada. Masada is located between Jerusalem and the Dead Sea and is Israel’s top paid tourist attraction. There is free parking available for cars so be sure to ask at the gate and drive up to the hill. The round-trip cable car ride is 70NIS ~ $19USD and you can also buy a one-way cable car ride down if you want to hike up the mountain on the Snake Path (there are no snakes).
After buying the $19 USD round-trip ticket, I headed to the awaiting cable car platform.
I snapped some pictures while the cable-car was in motion and it was totally breathtaking.
Once at the top, you can take it all in with a grand picturesque view of Masada overlooking the Dead Sea.