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Kibbutz Hotel offers a great location, just a 25-minute drive from the Dead Sea. Free private parking is possible on site. Rooms at the Ein Gedi Kibbutz Hotel are set in the rich botanical gardens. Perfect! Best location in israel for full relaxation Super recommended
Featuring free WiFi, a children's playground and a sun terrace, Ein Gedi is 984 feet from The Botanical Garden in Kibbutz Ein Gedi. Guests can enjoy a drink at the bar. Location is simply amazing! The tent is comfortable for a short stay. Clean bathrooms
Dead Sea Camping is set in Ein Gedi, within 0.6 mi of The Botanical Garden in Kibbutz Ein Gedi, and offers both tents and empty lots. Guests can use shared toilets and showers at the property. For a group of 25 people, there was plenty of space and the staff were so friendly and accommodating. There were mats to rent for extra comfort and thought had obviously gone in to making sure the toilets and showers were cleaned throughout the day. With a car, we were able to enjoy the nearby Qedem beach and Ein Gedi national park. Having the bar and restaurant was amazing. Buying some vegan cheese to provide vegan pizza options would be my only extra recommendation 👍🏼
Located in Ein Gedi, Rivkas zimmer features accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning, a restaurant and access to a garden with an outdoor pool. Pre-arrival communication was very friendly and efficient, Rivka fetched us from the parking lot with her golf car to carry our luggage to the location. The facilities are very clean, lately renovated and decorated with attention. The kitchen is equipped with all you need for simple meals. There is a nice balcony with view on the Dead Sea and the desert mountains. It is a pleasant apartment to stay at for an extended weekend and more, and we really loved it. Thank you, Rivka.
Featuring an outdoor pool and air conditioning, HI - Massada Hostel lies at the foot of the Massada plateau on the eastern edge of the Judean Desert. This is an amazingly clean hostel right at the foot of one of the most interesting tourist attractions of Israel with super comfy beds and friendly staff. It honestly exceeded all our expectations! I totally recommend staying here and doing your own Masada dawn tour. Also, a word of appreciation for the provided free breakfast with lots of veggies and fruit and even brownie. One of a kind. Best price-quality ratio we've encountered in Israel
Featuring free WiFi, Mujib Chalets is just 53 mi from Amman. Free private parking is available on site. Featuring a terrace, the air-conditioned accommodations have a sitting area. Everyting was perfect! Great location, super room and breakfast Close to Mujib Valley (5-10 min walk) I highly recommend !
Located in the Kana`im Valley, Kfar Hanokdim is set in a Bedouin-style encampment village surrounded by palm trees. What a cool place! We had a super time at this unique desert camp with tons of activities in a laid-back feel. Definitely recommend Our cottage was immaculate, modern, and comfortable. We were kindly welcomed by Nori who had our rooms pre-warmed, and our itineraries hand written. All six of us were able to take hot showers before dinner and evening activities commenced (a bonus after a day at the near-by Dead Sea). The food at dinner was plentiful and delicious. Breakfast was equally as good. The dining tents were lovely and heated. There are options to sit at a regular table with chairs, or at low tables with floor benches. We tried both. (Only one unobtrusive cat noticed from a distance) The Bedouin hospitality tent was an appreciated glimpse into the culture and tradition of this nomadic tribal life. We highly recommend the optional, guide-led, UV light, scorpion hunting. It was a blast! We actually found 3 scorpions even though it was a chilly night! Roasting marshmallows around a bonfire next to our rooms was a nice way to wind down the day. The camel rides were fine, and just long enough! (Optional safety helmets were available if you wanted one.) They have a really lovely boutique with all kinds of artsy clothing, gifts, and souvenirs. Sadly, the second day they did not open in time for us to make hoped-for purchases. So, we recommend you shop at night.
Zman Midbar is located in the Judean Desert, 3.1 mi from the center of Arad. Free WiFi access is available. The accommodations provides private and dormitory units. The house also comes with a... Incredibly peaceful desert location a few miles outside Arad - a great base for driving down to the Dead Sea or to the west side of Masada. Excellent food too!
Ein Gedi reserve is amazing. You can go to Nahal David or to Nahal Arugut (two different trails) both are completely worth the trip. The trip is long from the centre of Israel but it's an easy drive, easy to get around once you arrive.
An oasis in the desert. What’s not to love!? It honestly felt like walking through the garden of Eden or paradise. So beautiful. Well done to the kibbutz and residents for creating something so so special in the desert.
As a return visitor to Israel I found the staff’s attitude familiarly not particularly “customer care friendly” and the meals over cooked and repetitive but that said this is a spectacular location, with wonderful gardens, surroundings and birds. Even when the main road was cut due to flooding and wild winds it was most atmospheric. Our suite was comfortable with all facilities but you need to have your wits about you as the layout is a little quirky. There is a small supermarket but it takes a bit of finding and there are good bus connections. Worth a trip? Definitely
A beautiful oasis right next to the Dead Sea, with wonderful hiking trails (Nahal Arugot for the adventurous people who don't mind getting their feet wet, and Nahal David for everyone else), a kibbutz and wild access to the Dead Sea with some healthy mud :-) Definitely worth stopping for two days on your way from the North to the South, or South to North :-) Staying at the Hi Hostel Ein Gedi is a good option - amazing facilities and yummy breakfast included in the price. There aren't any shops in the area so either bring own provisions or book dinner at the hostel (60 or 70 shekels)
Ein Gedi is a wonderful place for hiking. Most people will be able to hike the 30 - 45 min at the Ein Gedi reserve visiting the waterfalls. A Biblical reference: This is the place David ( later King David) went into hiding with his men from King Saul who wanted to kill David. Psalm 23 comes to mind as you walk and travel the area. And by the way. Many tourist books tell you about Ein Gedi public beach. It is closed!!! so the nearest beach is 30 Km in En Borek. Otherwise use the hotels Dead Sea pools.
Absolutely stunning location with a relaxing and clean room, some of the best views in Israel and unbelievably delicious food. With the exception of our awful experience at the dead sea private beach and spa (I recommend skipping that) our stay was nearly perfect.
Location is simply amazing! The tent is comfortable for a short stay. Clean bathrooms
Perfect! Best location in israel for full relaxation Super recommended