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Ein Gedi Eco Park is now a promoter of environmental education and sustainable technologies. Stop by to see the creative mud structures, solar cookers, composters, and compost toilets. You can take a look at the animals as it was Originally a zoo...more
As an eco center you will find some Israeli wildlife here. Mostly the hyraxes scurrying along the ground or eating in the acai trees.
Additionally, this is the place where David and soul confronted each other. Outnumbered 5 to 1, David had a chance to...More
Great day trip. I hadn't been there in 10 years and was pleasantly surprised because for all my years of going, I had never seen ibexes, but on this visit I did. My cousins and I had went to a smaller waterfall before the large...More
Googling "Things to do in Israel in August" this place pops up. Photos are beautiful and refreshing. However not the case today. It wasn't even that hot... the water falls were sparsely flowing and not at all like the blue water in the photos. Saw...More
We saw some kind of furry rodent which gave us all a thrill! Walked as far as David's Spring and back. All the school groups playing in the water in their clothes are hilarious. The facilities are basic; no food to speak of so don't...More
What a treat this was. We were on a tour with 30 people. Visiting the sights was great...but when I found out we were going to do some hiking I was super excited. This place is amazing. Beautiful waterfalls. The weather was perfect. If we...More
Absolutely a must!! There are so many trails suitable for all ages and abilities. I did two holes and probably would have done a third if I had another day. I did the Arugot on the first day and loved it! I didn't even have...More