Would you Like to Float like on Cloud 9?

Have you ever dreamt of being as light as a feather? So light that you drift away… leaving behind worries and stress. Let’s discover three exceptional places around the world.

The cure for anything is salt water
– sweat, tears or the sea.

~ Isak Dinesen ~

Dead Sea, Israel and Jordan

The Dead Sea, known in Hebrew as Yam Ha-Melakh (the Sea of Salt) is the lowest point on earth, surrounded by the stunning landscape of the Negev Desert. The high levels of salt in the lake lead to its name (Dead) because fish are not able to survive in such salty waters.  People famously cover themselves in the mineral-rich mud known for its health and healing properties.

Siwa Salt Lakes, Egypt

Video by brendonohue

The Siwa’s Salt Lakes are about 600 km northwest from Cairo. Siwa is the most isolated territory of Egypt. The Siwa Oasis is surrounded by salt lakes in Egypt that were of little interest until the people started exploiting the salt in order to make money. As salt was dug out, pools were created that you could swim in. These salt lakes are considered to have healing properties for sinuses, skin and eyes, in addition to offering a relaxing experience due to its location. Thereby turning the oasis into a popular medical and recreational destination.

The Great Salt Lake, Utah, USA

Located in the northern part of the Utah, it’s the largest salt lake in the western hemisphere. The Great Salt Lake is the remnant of Lake Bonneville, an enormous prehistoric lake that covered a large portion of western Utah. The best place to swim or float in the lake is at Antelope Island State Park, where white oolitic sand beaches provide easy access to the lake. Floating in the lake is a unique experience because the high salt content makes it easier to float.

Looking for a unique experience?
The choice is yours… The world has much to share!

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