Ein Gedi (Hebrew: עֵין גֶּדִי) is an oasis in Israel, located west of the Dead Sea, near Masada and the caves of Qumran. It hosts the Ein Gedi Hotel and Spa. Ein Gedi nature reserve is one of the most important reserves in Israel. Situated on the eastern border of the Judean Desert, on the Dead Sea coast, has an elevation ranging from the level of the Dead Sea at 423 meters (1,388 ft) below sea level to the plateau of the Judean Desert at 200 meters above sea level.
Ein Gedi is also a kibbutz with 213 members. Kibbutz Ein Gedi is primarily active with agriculture and tourism of the surrounding area and neighboring antiquities. In 1997, the kibbutz opened a facility to bottle the water of the Ein Gedi spring. The product is known as Ein Gedi Mineral Water.
Kibbutz Ein Gedi: A Tropical Garden On The Dead Sea Shores
Ein Gedi Nature Reserve
Ein Gedi Spa: on the shores of the Dead Sea, at the foot of the Judean Hills to the west, and facing the Mountains of Moab to the east, at the lowest spot on earth, nature has created thermo-mineral springs with healing properties.
Kibbutz Hotel Ein Gedi offers guests a unique experience in a desert oasis, boasting a lovely botanical garden on its premises. The hotel is in close proximity to the Dead Sea, where guests can enjoy complimentary entrance to the hotel beach and spa, Masada and many other interesting attractions. Kibbutz Hotel Ein Gedi official website is http://www.ein-gedi.co.il/en/