Enot Tsukim or En Fashkha, as it is also known (Fashkha means split or broken), is the lowest nature reserve in the world and one of the most beautiful in Israel. This oasis of green lies between the brownish barren fault scarp to the west and the blue Dead Sea. Enot Tsukim is divided into three areas: the northern "closed reserve", the central "visitors reserve", and the southern "hidden reserve".
The northern part is completely closed to visitors, except for scientists, who enter rarely at the invitation of the INPA to ensure no harm comes to it. There, nature is allowed to have the last word without human intervention.
The approximately 500-dunam central section contains wading and swimming pools filled by natural spring water, where visitors can enjoy the water and have access to shade, toilets, picnic tables surrounded by greenery.
This part of the reserve also contains the archaeological site from the Second Temple period.
The 1,500-dunam southern part of the reserve, the "hidden reserve" may be visited only on tours guided by INPA guides, so as both to protect nature and at the same time allow visitors to enjoy it.
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Pool on site, Restaurant, Place for barbecue