Metzokey Dragot (Dragot Cliffs) is a great place to stay and spend time at the edge of a mountain range overlooking the Dead Sea and the Jordanian red mountains.
This settlement was founded with the State of Israel establishment and underwent many incarnations from a kibbutz to school, eventually becoming a holiday village.
We are not talking about a fancy resort kind of staff. The rooms are basic but the view here…the view is so worth it!
Metzokey Dragot sits on a 20 meters cliff, and from here, the Dead Sea view is just breathtaking! This desert vibe village also has a great bar-restaurant – “Metzokey Bar.” Chill music, spectacular sunsets, and delicious food.
“Tenty” rooms – The newest rooms in the hotel with panoramic views of the Dead Sea.
In the room: double bed, TV, bath, mini fridge and espresso machine.
The best room in this place is “Mul Yam” – this cottage is right on the cliff looking at the Dead Sea. The room is isolated from others, so absolute privacy is guaranteed, and you also have your outdoor shower here for couples only.
Family rooms – Those rooms are so spacious! Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, a little kitchen, and a yard outside.Perfect for families.
Besides those rooms, the place has travelers’ rooms and large tents for 10 up to 100 groups.
At the resort complex entrance, there is a bar called “Motsuki Bar,” which is probably the bar with the best view in all of Israel.
The crowd consists of the resort’s guests and tourists that travel the area. Chill out music is usually playing here. It’s a great place to welcome the beautiful sunset.
- Kayaking in the Dead Sea – Once in a lifetime experience
- Beaches and shopping center of the Dead Sea – a half-hour drive
- Ein Gedi Reserve – Spectacular oasis, a must-visit!
- Einot Tzukim Reserve – Freshwater springs
- Masada National Park – UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Graffiti Gallery – 430 – Kalya Beach – Abandoned buildings graffiti-covered buildings