Dead Sea Useful Info

  • Convenient, efficient public transportation is available to the Dead Sea region from many locations around Israel. The main bus routes are:

    From Jerusalem and vicinity:
    Egged route 444 – From the central bus station to Almog Junction, EinGedi, Masada, Neve Zohar, and EinBokek
    Egged route 486 - From the central bus station to Almog Junction, EinGedi, Masada, Neve Zohar, and EinBokek
    Egged route 421 - From the central bus station to Almog Junction, EinGedi, Masada, Neve Zohar, and EinBokek

    Tel Aviv and Central Israel
    Egged route 421 – From the Arlozorov bus terminal at the center of Tel Aviv to EinGedi, Masada, Dead Sea hotels and Neve Zohar
    Egged route 389 – From the new central bus station in south Tel Aviv to Beersheba, Arad, EinBokek and the Dead Sea hotels

    Haifa and North
    Haifa – There is no direct bus route to the Dead Sea. Take a bus to Jerusalem or Tel Aviv and then take one of the routes listed above.
    Tiberias – Route 961 to Almog Junction/Beit Arava Junction. Then take route 444, 486 or 421 coming from Jerusalem.

    Beersheba
    Egged route 385 – From the Beersheba central bus station via Omer and Arad to the hotels at EinBokek
    Egged route 384 – From the Beersheba central bus station via Omer and Arad to the hotels at EinBokek

    Eilat
    Egged route 444 – From the Eilat central bus station towards Jerusalem, via EinBokek, Masada, EinGedi and Almog Junction
    Always check the official Egged website before traveling for updated bus schedules.