Around Jerusalem and the Dead Sea Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Around Jerusalem and the Dead Sea - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Beit Shemesh 8

Jericho 8

Qumran 7

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Latrun 6

Ein Gedi Nature Reserve 5

Ella Valley 4

Arad 3

Abu Gosh 2

Inn of the Good Samaritan 2

Ein Bokek 1

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Ein Gedi Nature Reserve

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

This beautiful nature reserve is home to Nahal David (David's Stream) and the cave at Nahal David is believed to be the place where David...

Ein Gedi Public Beach

  • Beach–Sight

The somewhat rocky Ein Gedi Public Beach allows free, 24-hour access to the Dead Sea, including a campsite. Freshwater showers (absolutely...

Ein Gedi Spa

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With access to the Dead Sea, Ein Gedi Spa lets you soak in six covered pools with water rich in sulfur, magnesium, calcium, sodium, and...

Nahal Arugot

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

Although not as lush as Nahal David, this deep canyon is perhaps more spectacular. Enormous boulders and slabs of stone on the opposite...

Synagogue

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

A Jewish community lived in Ein Gedi for more than 1,200 years, beginning in the 7th century BC. In the 3rd century AD, they built a...

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