- The Dead Sea has long been a tourist attraction because of its high salt content and proximity to Israel, Jordan, and the West Bank.
- However, sinkholes have wrecked havoc on its shores and the Dead Sea’s shoreline continues to get smaller due to drought.
- One beach, Metzoke Dragot, has remained occupied — not by tourists, but people who want to escape modern life and live without electricity.
The Dead Sea is not what it once was.
Source : BusinessInsider.Com