What began as a kibbutz flower garden became the lovely Ein Gedi Botanical Garden, which boasts more than 900 plant species, some of which are very rare. The unique location and climate serve as a “fertile ground” for the flourishing of plants from tropical and desert regions around the world. A visit to the garden, which is spread over 100 acres, is a unique experience for botany lovers and anyone who fancies landscaped gardens. Cacti enthusiasts are expected to enjoy a particularly inspiring experience. Do not miss the opportunity to take a picture of the giant baobab trees.