Ein Gedi is a unique oasis-reserve, which is located to the West of the Dead Sea in the Judean Desert. There are the ruins of an ancient city not far from this place. They attract both tourists and archaeologists.
You can reach Ein Gedi from Tel Aviv (where the large airport is located) by any transport, including taxi. Ein Gedi is "Kid spring " for Hebrew. This natural source has become the key of the city’s prosperity and the main place of livestock grazing. There is also a public beach.
It is rocky, so please bring special shoes to do not accidentally hurt your feet. There is also a well-equipped private beach with bridge. The National Reserve Ein Gedi is open to everyone from April to September.
Another attraction is the Botanical Garden with about 900 species of various plants. Ein Gedi is necessary to visit because of its rich nature and extraordinary atmosphere. You will not want to leave this place.