Kibbutz Ein Gedi

Address: P.O. Box 32169, Ein Gedi, Dead Sea Region, 61320, Israel | 3 star kibbutz
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This 3 star kibbutz is located on P.O. Box 32169, Ein Gedi.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsKibbutz Ein Gedi

    Reviewed by leafmold


    Reviewed Jul 6, 2012
    by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    This is an amazing location in the world. I have stayed both at the Kibbutz (Botanical Gardens) and Field School (hostel). Both were excellent accomodations and food! The hostel is much less expensive what is different is the Kibbutz has an awesome pool, lies in the heart of a very spectacular botanical garden, and you are closer to real Israeli life from the Kibbutz.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Kibbutz Ein Gedi

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Ein Gedi

    Jericho & The Jordan

    A travel blog entry by mcandrews on Sep 26, 2014

    10 photos

    ... spot looking out at the cliffs opposite to read and remember the three temptations of Jesus. One of the group had already remarked that the next item listed, a visit to the Jericho Gift Shop, represented a fourth temptation! That proved to be the case. Yesterday the gift shop specialised in carvings from olive wood. Today the speciality was hand blown glass from Hebron. It was pretty special and I have lashed out and bought a set of ...

    Shabbat Shalom

    A travel blog entry by sla514 on Jul 12, 2014

    56 photos

    ... quarter. The Ottoman authorities attempted to halt European influence and established rules for buying land in the area, but personal interventions from the heads of those countries, including Wilhelm II of Germany and Franz Joseph of Austria, led to construction of some ...

    Conquering my fears

    A travel blog entry by jordanlaww on Jul 08, 2014

    1 photo

    ... we came back to the hostel and climbed to the highest point on the roof because they said thy wanted to try mantra chanting with me! Since we could see these flashes of light going off in the distance, and heard noises that sounded like gun shots and missiles, I decided it would be best to do a protection prayer, so I taught them Narasimha. We chanted "Narasimha ta va da so hum" 108 times and then sat in silence for a few ...