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. PutEin Gedi Botanical Garden into our Ein Gedi tour planning tool and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
Ein Gedi Botanical Garden reviews
The owners made this a very unique type of botanical garden. They created very unique structures throughout the garden to complement the vegetation. Worth an hour or two visit. more »
The plants were beautiful! The history of how the gardens were planted was interesting. There were varieties of plants from places far and near. more »
We took a long time finding the botanical garden, as one is used to botanical gardens being seperate entities. Instead the botanical garden is intermingled with the housing of the Kibbutz, making for a wonderful stroll. While looking for the botanical garden we were in the botanical garden 🙈 I also enjoyed the fact that most trees and larger plants had the date they were planted on the signs.
Beautiful place. Plants from all over the world. Can't believe they are able to grow them here
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