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Ein Gedi Botanical Garden, Ein Gedi
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Part of a kibbutz with 500 residents, Ein Gedi Botanical Garden houses more than 900 species of plant life. Learn about the garden's diverse vegetation as you explore this 10 hectare (24.7 acre) site, once dubbed the "11th Wonder of the World" by the National Geographic Society. Add Ein Gedi Botanical Garden to your Ein Gedi travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Ein Gedi itinerary maker.
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  • We walked around the garden, and I was hoping to find some nice plants to photograph, but we didn't find the garden that interesting. Maybe it was because of the heat but we didn't stay there for more...  more »
  • Go to visit these gardens only if you are a lover of trees. Rather boring guided tour to hear the history of the trees. 
  • We have not seen the gardens. And for good reason. At the entrance to the kibbutz, meeting with unpleasant guards which us guided ungraciously toward the entrance of the garden, where we met an employee just as unpleasant, if not more. Here hospitality is a Word... turn around and bye! But the setting is beautiful, and a few minutes away you David falls to... It's a very nice hike.
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