Nature/ Wildlife Areas in Dead Sea Region

Top Nature & Wildlife Areas in Dead Sea Region, Israel

Nature & Wildlife Areas in Dead Sea Region

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  • Monty Stoller
    Stäfa, Switzerland338 contributions
    En Gedi - an oasis in the middle of the desert. This beautiful national park should be part of every Israel trip. An oasis of peace with beautiful hiking routes and a beautiful flora. The waterfalls offer wonderful photo motives, the small water holes invite you to take a bath and the different lookouts offer a wonderful view of the Dead Sea. An absolute must on every Israel trip!
    Written April 11, 2020
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  • iperelmu
    West Orange, NJ82 contributions
    The owners made this a very unique type of botanical garden. They created very unique structures throughout the garden to complement the vegetation. Worth an hour or two visit.
    Written March 4, 2020
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  • orrdin
    New York665 contributions
    The hike up the wadi is one of the prettiest hikes we’ve done in Israel. You can walk in water part of the way or stay on the dry trail. The trail gets crowded but you can always find a spot without people. The hidden waterfall is nice but if you can make it to the upper pools don’t miss them. Note there’s a time cutoff to start that part of the trail. There’s some shade but be prepared for a lot of sun/heat.
    Written November 20, 2021
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  • Monty Stoller
    Stäfa, Switzerland338 contributions
    This is one of the three beaches, all run by Palestinians, which are open to the public. Since we were travelling with a guide, we did not have to pay the excessive entrance fees. However, we were expected to shop in the boutique. There is a changing room and showers, which do not seem to be very clean and neat. There is also a bar on the way to the beach. This is located about 100 meters away from the buildings. Swimming in the Dead Sea is a great pleasure. For those who believe in the healing properties of mud, there are plenty of them. On the beach itself you can also spray the salt or mud. But the shower afterwards is irreplaceable. According to our guide, Neve Midbar Beach is the best option at the northern end of the Dead Sea. But the restoration of the beach is necessary in two ways.
    Written April 7, 2020
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