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I visited this park on Monday this week. I arrived at 1:15 PM and nature reserve was openned up to 5 PM, however access to the all turist routes is being closed at 1:30 PM, so I paid full entrance price, but I could visit...More
The En Gedi Nature Reserve is easily accessible along the shores of the Dead Sea. All you have to do is follow the massive amount of tour buses.:) Yes, it's unfortunately crowded but obviously for good reason as it is strikingly interesting and beautiful. The...More
Great stop. Easy trail up to series of waterfalls coming down the cliffs as spring fed stream makes its way to dead sea. Crazy how much “life” concentrated around this small source of water. Tons of Ibex (super cool to see them climbing in trees),...More
We had an amazing time hiking the short and easy trail to Nahal David. We stopped several times on the way, taking pictures and enjoying the little waterfalls leading all the way up.
Looking forward to go here again.
Next to the Dead Sea in the Judean wilderness is a oasis of life. The falls are a brisk hike from the entrance but there are beautiful locations along the stream coming from the water fall to stop and enjoy the plant and animal life...More
As one who is used to walking in the green lush Bush and forests of New Zealand, I never would have thought I could appreciate the beauty of the rocks and caves of En Gedi. Some of the older folks in our group found it...More
A visit to En Gedi is an interesting visit due to the topography (Water in the middle of a desert complete with a waterfall). But is is a very warm (hot) visit. What makes this area a must for Christians or biblical students is that...More
We enjoyed our time in Ein Gedi so much. The best advice is to go early as the heat is so intense that it is difficult to hike easily.
We saw the lower pools and these had plenty of people around. Then we hiked up...More
The contrast between the desert cliffs and canyons and the greenery and the fresh waters running all year around, and the blue sky and the blue Dead Sea is overwhelming. Add to it the wild life and the historical sites (dated from the 3rd millennium...More
we took public bus from central bus station in Jerusalem and we asked information center for reading materiel and a summary on where and what to see and then we followed a trail, it was excellent.