Atractions for tourism in Dead Sea
On the shores of the Dead Sea, at the foot of the Judean Hills to the west, and facing the Mountains of Moab to the east, at the lowest spot on earth, nature has created thermo-mineral springs with healing properties found nowhere else. ...
The Nahal David flows from a spring near Ein Gedi near the west bank of the Dead Sea.
An oasis near the Dead Sea The 6,250-acre Ein Gedi Nature Reserve sits along the Syrian-African Rift, not far from the Dead Sea. The reserve?s four springs - David, Arugot, Shulamit, and Ein Gedi - are literally the wellspring for a wealth of flora and fauna, providing a stark contrast to the...
Even people who have no real affinity to desert scapes (yes, there are people like that!) admit that the Ein Gedi oasis is a sight not to be missed. Imagine an oasis with over 800 unique and rare species of trees, shrubs and flowers from all over the world...
Synagogue in an oasis The remains of a Byzantine-period synagogue are on view at the Ein Gedi Antiquities National Park, adjacent to the Ein Gedi Nature Reserve and the Arugot River. Five inscriptions were discovered on the synagogue floor: a list of the generations from Adam to Japheth; a list of...
Dead Sea Hotels - I.P.T.C, Ein-Bokek AdvertismentAccommodations and reservations
- Adress: I.P.T.C Ein Bokek, Ein Gedi
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