Ein-Gedi Nature reserve is a set of perennial springs which form an oasis in the middle of the the western shore of the Dead Sea. Especially popular is Wadi David, an hour hike to a set of waterfalls and natural pools to swim in.
The Oasis has also a rich wild life, as presented here –
The nature reserve also combines an ancient Synagogue .
Next to it is Kibbutz Ein-Gedi, with its special Botanical Gardens .
|Ein-Gedi Nature Reserve on Wikipedia|
|Ein-Gedi Nature Reserve on Tripadvisor|
|Ein-Gedi Nature Reserve on Google Maps|
|Ein-Gedi Nature Reserve Website|
Points of Interest in the Area
|Ein-Gedi ancient Synagogue|
|Ein-Gedi Botanical Gardens|
A 360 Degrees photo near the Waterfall in “Nahal David”