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The Botanical Garden in Ein Gedi

The Botanical Garden in Ein Gedi

Even if you have no affinity to desert landscapes, Ein Gedi Oasis is a sight not to be missed.
Imagine a haven with over 800 unique and rare species of trees, shrubs and flowers from all over the world.
This results in an exotic well-maintained garden. Biblical plants such as Myrrh and Frankincense, rare trees such as the Baobab, tropical plants from the rainforests, date and other palm trees, fruit trees and local plants such as the Sdom Apple and many more all grow in abundance.

Cactii also flourish in great exuberance in this unequalled natural park. The inhabitants of the kibbutz reside amongst this truly striking flora providing a rare and picturesque way of life for the kibbutz members and a rare treat for guests.

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