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  • Peggy Nunley

    Ein Gedi, Israel - natural springs near the Dead Sea One of my favorite places!!

  • Zarach

    Ein Gedi - Israel with so many beautiful places to visit including David's Falls.

  • Rhonda Nickel

    Ein Gedi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

  • Lia Dearing-Berenguer

    The David Falls in Ein Gedi, an oasis by the Dead Sea. One day, I'll be here!

  • Sharon Wallis

    The beautiful waterfalls at Ein Gedi, Israel

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Dead Sea, Israel. The water is so clear, so pretty. and the rock formations are really lovely.

Ein Gedi Israel. Ein Gedi is an oasis in Israel, located west of the Dead Sea, near Masada and the caves of Qumran. Ein Gedi nature reserve includes two spring-fed streams with flowing water year-round: Nahal David and Nahal Arugot. Two other springs, the Shulamit and Ein Gedi springs, also flow in the reserve. Together, the springs generate approximately three million cubic meters of water per year. Much of the water is used for agriculture or is bottled for consumption.

Hiking in En Gedi, David's Waterfall, Israel, near the Dead Sea

Ein Gedi, Dead Sea, Israel. The Dead Sea was one of my favorite places in Israel! I can remember learning about it in school as a child, and I couldn't imagine such a place! Now, I can imagine it, because I've experienced it! Amazing God to create such an amazing place! :D

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Dead Sea at Ein Gedi Beach, Israel - copyright: 2009 Richard Nowitz. This is where I floated on the Dead Sea.

Ein Gedi National Park was founded in 1972 and is one of the most important reserves in Israel. The park is situated on the eastern border of the Judean Desert, on the Dead Sea coast, and covers an area of 6,250 acres (25 km2). The elevation of the land ranges from the level of the Dead Sea at 418 meters (1,371 ft) below sea level to the plateau of the Judean Desert at 200 meters above sea level.

I just want to immerse myself in the Dead Sea! This is definitely being added to my bucket list!!

Ein Gedi Springs - an amazing oasis of waterfalls and pools on the shore of the Dead Sea in Israel

(Another Pinner said): The greatest place I've ever been. The Dead Sea, Israel.

I couldnt find a picture of Tel Arad, so I guess a picture of the Dead Sea will have to do.