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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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Ein Gedi

      Another World

      A travel blog entry by sweettea on Jun 16, 2014

      44 photos

      ... no difference between the leg that had the mud and the one that didn't.

      The last stop we made was to quickly take a photo of a camel. I didn't have time to ride one but I'm not upset or disappointed about that. The guy though tried charging me 10 Shekel just to take a photo. I still took two photos and walked away :P HA HA.

      The day went really well and topped it off with church service at King of Kings. The sermon portion was a little dry this week to me ...

      Day 5- Jerusalem, Dome, Yad Vashem

      A travel blog entry by maxcrosby on May 17, 2014

      5 photos

      ... void of Jews.
      Wide open space, good views of the Mount of Olives with some things to
      see, but of course the prize is the Dome of the Rock covering the most holy
      spot on earth for Jews and Muslim’s alike.

      Walked to the City Hall stop in took the
      Jerusalem Light Rail out to Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Museum. Located in a beautiful spot by Mt. Herzl, it
      is an architectural masterpiece made up of ...

      Okay...We Get It....You're Religious

      A travel blog entry by nellieva on Apr 17, 2014

      29 photos

      ... visit.

      As we approached the Old City, the throngs of orthodox Jews became more and more prevalent. With Passover, huge numbers of Hasidic and Sephardic Jews were visiting. They were clearly evident in their huge fur hats, black outfits, and side-burn curls. It was also evident that they seem to all have HUGE families. The sheer volume of strollers being pushed around by the orthodox was overwhelming. Added to these crowds were the busloads ...