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Like the title says this is an oasis in the middle of nothing . In the scorching heat of over 40 degrees I didn’t want to leave! What an Amazing experience! Bring a swim suit as it is allowed to bathe in the pools and...More
En gedi is a fantastic place in the middle of the desert it’s a green place with waterfalls and little natural Swimming pools.
When you go to the Dead Sea or masada you’ll pass trough anyway so make a short break and see how this...More
I really wish that we had a bit more time to visit the Reserve in our tour. But, what we did see was lovely. Beautiful butterflies flirty around as you enter the park, waterfalls, great trails, cute Little Rock hyrax flitting about and beautiful pools...More
I was a little dissaponted from my visit. I did'nt walk all the path (a lot of sun and heat) which it takes a lot of hour. There was a big queue, the ticket was expensive, the waterfall was very small (comparing with what I...More
A very beautiful and welcome oasis in the middle of a very hot desert. It's amazing to see the refreshing waterfall and stream with the rich and green vegetation in the middle between the red and brown rocks of the Judean desert. If you're lucky...More
Unexpectedly beatuiful place in the middle of the desert. We ware with children 7 and 11. "Climate" like in the jungle. We took one of short trucks to the David's Waterfall that took app 1 hour. We were there in the summer when temperature was...More
This reserve offer a good hike for beginners. Paved walkways make it easier for the elderly too. Please don’t have high expectations for the waterfall..but it does provide a refreshing dip from the scorching summer sun.
Went with a group from our church and had no idea that the hike was as strenuous as it was. Beautiful grounds and very historical from the Bible’s perspective. Take plenty of water and go early as it gets very hot while hiking.
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Yes! Of you have a rental car you can certainly hike to the Ein Gedi Falls, and scale Masada by Cable Car in 1 Day as well as visit the Dead Sea Resort. We did all 3 in 1 day last month although the Waterfall Hike is not... More
Yes! Of you have a rental car you can certainly hike to the Ein Gedi Falls, and scale Masada by Cable Car in 1 Day as well as visit the Dead Sea Resort. We did all 3 in 1 day last month although the Waterfall Hike is not exactly as "EASY - Grade 1" as suggested by the Guide! We suggest you take strong shoes or boots for both the hike as well as walking around the Masada Ruins which are both rough and stony! Enjoy your trip!