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Salt Cave in blue, Taba Heights
Egypt

This is Egypt's first ever Salt Cave, located in Taba Heights. With a size of about 100 square meters it is one of the largest artificial salt caves in the world.

A Salt Cave is a unique chamber constructed inside a building. Its floors, walls and ceiling are made of salt, in this cave salt from the Dead Sea and from the Siwa Oasis was used - it's like walking on a thick layer of powdered snow with dozens of salt stalactites above.

Dead Sea salt and Siwa Oasis salt have high concentrations of minerals and trace elements and are rated among the most precious sources of health and beauty. Together they create a unique microclimate, which has a beneficial influence on the mood and health. Salt Cave is the latest and original method of application of rock salt for relaxation, health protection, prophylactics, rehabilitation and inhalation, aiding in the treatment of respiratory illnesses, dermatological problems, nervous system disorders, metabolic disturbances, coronary diseases, and many more. Together with the installed color therapy and very chilled out music, you will leave the cave totally energized and relaxed after a 45-minute session.

www.tabasaltcave.com

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Uploaded: 23/01/2011
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Tags: red sea; sinai; egypt; outdoors; spotredsea; resort; taba heights
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