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  • 67%
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  • 67%
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  • Ein GediPro 2014
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    To put it in historical context, this was where King David hid - in the desert of Ein Gedi when King Saul was seeking him "even upon the most craggy rocks, which are accessible only to wild goats" (1 Samuel 24:3). You may be able to see the Nubian Ibex if you're lucky. The lovely walk takes you upstream and ends at the David falls. Wear steady footwear.

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  • Ein GediPro 2014
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    Reaching to the "swimmable" shores of the Dead Sea, the landscape is spectacular. The beach is a popular entry point into the Dead Sea but it is extremely rocky. Some type of footwear is highly recommended.

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  • Ein GediPro 2014
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    A stone's throw from the Dead Sea and Masada is one of the most unique places in the world! The landscape, history and people here will take your breath away!

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    Looking for unique desert adventure full of history and archaeology? Ein Gedi has it all plus more. Ein Gedi is an oasis in the Judea desert on the shore of Dead Sea. Hikes offer amazing scenery that looks primeval. If you are planning Israel adventure put Ein Gedi on your list and you will not regret it.

    Recommended for:BackpackersGreen TravelersFamily TravelersOutdoor EnthusiastsWellness
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    From the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve to Masada, Ein Gedi should be on the list of must stop spots for any visitor to Israel that loves history and the great outdoors.

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    Right by the Dead Sea, but a total contrast in appearance, Ein Gedi is very much alive. The hike offers some spectacular swimming/lounging at various watering holes surounded by a bizarre combination of trees, vines, and desert.

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    Very good place 2 be :)

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    If you're traveling to Israel and are an avid hiker, Ein Gedi is a must-do! Enjoy :), VsV.

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    A kickedback town at the Dead Sea.

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