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The desert scenery, abundance of water and varied vegetation create this unique oasis – the Ein Prat Nature Reserve. You will also find monasteries and archaeological findings – remnants of human activity in different periods.
Hours Today: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
East from Almon (Anatot) | Road 437, Israeli Settlement, Kfar Adumim, Palestinian Territories
This review is for a stunning look-out point over Wadi Qelt (See photo). We watched the sunset here and amongst everything else on a 12 day tour of Israel, this was far and away the highlight of the trip. I could not recommend it more.
In the heart of the Palestinian desert is the Wadi Qelt monastery, a Greek-Orthodox monastery built on the side of a cliff. Historically used to protect the monks in an era of turmoil, today, there are numerous monasteries like this one that are just a...More
We went today to the Ein Prat site which is accessed by car through Anatot and then a longish drive down a newly paved road to the site. No BBQs allowed and much less stray trash than years past. There is a small souvenir store...More
A truly astounding place . Within a 15 minutes drive from Jerusalem you feel like you have travelled to an entirely different ecosystem - a true oasis with plentiful water and shade in the middle of the desert. The scenery is stunning and not to...More
Very nice place
The place its a bit high about 400 meter
That give u a wanderfull sight, on the desert of jouda.
Wow view one of kind, u have near by e few very big cheap, supermarket very low price, u can by some...More
A canyon which runs from northern Jerusalem to the Jordan river near Jericho. The inresting part is from Almon village to
the city of Jericho.( More than 1 day walk). 60% of the route is
in or along fresh water. Clean but not potable. Excellent...More
On a hot Friday in July there's no better place to be than sitting in a cool pool of water in the desert with the fish nibbling your feet. You need to be at Ein Prat. The reserve is clean and well kept and needs...More
The road to Ein Prat is narrow and twists and turns...in places it seems like it is one way, but it is not, so be cautious of on coming vehicles (to include buses).
The drive is beautiful and so is the nature reserve.