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Our tour group just went up to the waterfall, but that was a great experience. We walked up the trail to a rocky place with railings on steps to get down to the pool and waterfall. Quite steep. You can take your shoes off and...More
Ein Gedi is a kibbutz (communal village) situated next to the Dead Sea and two sweet water streams (Arugot and David). The entire kibbutz is also a botanical garden, so your tour, although marked on a map, is essentially a tour of the kibbutz. The...More
Go directly to the David Waterfall and stand right underneath the pouring water. It is cold and refreshing. Don't mind the crowds or boisterous people. Just go straight up and make your way to the most exciting part of the climb.
In Hebrew Ein Gedi means "spring of the kid" where 'kid' means a young goat and the Ein Gedi is the biggest oasis in Israel and one of the country's premier hiking spots. The Ein Gedi Nature Reserve is home to springs and waterfalls, flowing...More
גן עדן לאוהבי הצמחים, חלקם נדירים ושאינם קשורים למקום. חשוב להגיע למקחם כשמזג האוויר אינו רותח, רצוי בערב.
A paradise for plant lovers, some rare and unrelated to the place. It is important to get to the area when the weather is not boiling, preferably...More
This beautiful oasis on the way to Masada ...hiking at its finest. Our excellent tour guide found bible passages that mentioned the surroundings by name, and we read them out loud in front of the waterfall.
This extraordinary place features a vast array of trees, plants, and flowers in midst of a desert landscape- the beauty being almost surreal.
All of this grows and thrives in midst of a Kibbutz, a working agricultural communal village founded around 65 years ago by...More