Nahal Arugot iis a breathtaking hiking-path in the Ein-Gedi reserve.

There is a year-round-water spring in the reserve; however the walk is tougher as well as longer in comparison to Nahal David in the same reserve.


It is not advised to hike it with small children.

How best to reach it?
Via road number 90 heading to the Dead Sea; entrance near Kibbutz Ein-Gedi at the reserve.



Travelers must leave the reserve by 17:00 pm in summer; by 16:00 pm – winter time.

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