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This is another amazing hiking expeditions that you can experience on your trip to Israel. En Gedi is located in the Judean Wilderness on the eastern shore of the Dead Sea. It is located about an hour outside of Jerusalem. En Gedi is a beautiful...More
I was very blessed to visit this place in October 2018 on my fifth trip to Israel. The sight is breathtaking. I took a footbath near the waterfall, I spotted a few antelopes ( one was even resting behind a tree). I visited a very...More
This nature reserve, as it now is, offers a real opportunity to make sense of David and Sauls story with the caves and the sense of wilderness around. The water falls are great as is the wild life.Take your bibles with you and read the...More
At every sight we went to , it continued to bring the Bible and Scripture alive. Seeing En Geddi brought the David and Saul story into perspective. This is a very neat area to hike up into the canyon at. If you go, at least...More
During a trip to Israel, we visited the Dead Sea area and visited the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve. During our time at Ein Gedi, we did a short one hour hike to the King David Falls. We enjoyed the beauty of the falls. The Nature...More
There are many springs, waterfalls, and look out points. There are rare plants in the nature reserve too. We went early morning and saw many Ibex. Even saw a rock hyrax.
Such a beautiful reserve. A must do if you have the time.
We visited the Nature Reserve and went to the cave where David hid from King Saul. Along the way we saw wild Ibex and Hyraxes. Have comfortable walking shoes and water to hydrate yourself. It was quite warm, even in April
We went for a morning walk in this preserve. This is a good idea of you want to see wildlife. We saw many of the Rock Hyraxes near the thatched entrance. We also saw three groupings of Ibexes along our walk to the small water...More
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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!