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Enchanting pools and lush greenery await you at the foot of the towering cliffs at the heart of the lowest oasis in the world. Eynot Tzukim Nature Reserve in the northern part of the Dead Sea is one of the most unique and interesting in Israel, both...more
Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Rt 90 to the Dead Sea | Road 90, 8693000, Palestinian Territories
Outstanding. Great hikes for all levels. The pools and the waterfalls are fantastic. If you can climb (not a lot of it but some) do not miss Dodims Cave. Bring a bathing suit and shoes to swim with. So underrated. Go early to avoid the...More
At minus 350m below the sea level, the water flows throw the dessert to some pools who make this hot area come to life.
Great for children, adults and wild animals!
Beautiful mountains and dead sea view!
I believe Qumran is a must see for very tourist in Israel, not mentioning any one leaving here.
But if you decide to visit Qumran, it is just another 5 minutes to this special Nature Reserve.
Here, at 400 meters below sea level, there is...More
Not mu first time but gets better - reasonable price, easy access and parking, great staff, activities of all types for all ages - you can see were the dead sea was un 1967 walk 1 k and sea 1984 level - if you continue...More
It's an amazing place! An oasis in the heart of the desert! You can see, how a little bit of water can change the nature - life is possible! Also good, if you want to visit this place with Kids, because there are a few...More
There are 2 upper pools and two lower pools and a creek connecting them that you could walk through.even when it's very crowded there is always room for everyone.
Not really any hiking, mostly the pools and Creek area. Beautiful place to spend the day!
This nature reserve is located close to road 90. Easy to access by car. My tip for you - If you find the place very busy and noisy d'ont give up... There are trails in the thicket that will take you to a charming isolated...More
Wonder of the Dead Sea area, no the Dead Sea is NOT dead at all. Pay a visit (preferably guided) to this incredible nature reserve thriving with life where you can mix nature and archaeology. A must all year round.
Nice place to cool but could be crowded and noisy - there are several pools to have fun, children as well as adults will have fun - but the place in general was very crowded and we couldn't find a place for ourselves.