Along Road 90 (Dead Sea), approx. 1 km north of Kibbutz En Gedi.
* Last entry is one hour before closing time
Sunday - Thursday and Saturday – 8 am – 5 pm
Fridays and the eve of holidays – 8 am – 4 pm
Sunday - Thursday and Saturday – 8 am – 4 pm Fridays and the eve of holidays – 8 am – 3 pm
In winter – last entry to David Stream is 3 pm
Last entry to Arugot Stream is 2 pm
Visitors must exit the nature reserve by 4 pm, for reasons of nature conservation
On the eve of New Year, the eve of the Day of Atonement, and Passover eve: 8 am – 1 pm
Adult – NIS 28,
child – NIS 14
Group (over 30): Adult - NIS 23,
child - NIS 13
Student- NIS 24
Please note! There is a single entrance fee for Arugot Stream and David Stream – your ticket gives entry to David Stream, Arugot Stream and the synagogue, on the same day only.
Adult- NIS 14,
child- NIS 7
Groups (over 30): Adult - NIS 13,
child - NIS 6
Students: NIS 12
No entry for dogs
During the summer (June – November), check whether it is possible to take the ascent paths in the reserve: Yishay Ascent, En Gedi Ascent, Bney Ha'Moshavim Ascent, Essene Ascent and Tsruya Ascent
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In the En Gedi Nature Reserve adaptations to make the site accessible to people with disabilities are being made. Adaptations currently in place include:
The main entrance to the site
Nahal David Stream
A section of the Nahal David Reserve includes:
The trail is about half a kilometer long, and is designed and built to blend with the desert view. People can enjoy resting under the shade of acacia trees with ibexes and hyraxes nearby.
We recommend that people with mobility impairments visit with a companion.
Important Information: Service animals are not permitted in the En Gedi Nature Reserve. Animals may be left in a cage at the reserve entrance for the duration of the visit.