Ein Gedi Nature Reserve
Covering 6,250 acres and fed by four natural springs - David, Arugot, Shulamit, and Ein Gedi - the park hosts a wealth of tropical flora and native wildlife, with endemic species including Nubian ibex, Syrian hyrax, Afghan fox and striped hyena, as well as a large population of migratory and resident birds. The reserve is also dotted with archeological sites, with key attractions including the Chalcolithic Temple of Ein Gedi and a village dating back to the 1st century AD.
Tours & Tickets
Visit Masada and Ein Gedi, two must-see wonders of the Judean Desert, on a full-day tour from Jerusalem, led by a local guide! After traveling past the Dead ... Read more
Duration: 9 hours (approx.)
Travel into the heart of the Judean Desert on a day trip from Tel Aviv, and visit two of Israel’s must-see sites: the mountain-top fortress of Masada and Edi ... Read more
Tel Aviv, Israel
Duration: 11 hours (approx.)