Qumran-Ein Fashcha

Region: Dead Sea, By Appointment: Yes
Source: Ministry of Tourism
Region: Dead Sea

The trail follows the famous interesting site of Hurvat Qumran, in which the Dead Sea Scrolls were hidden for 2000 years.
Visiting the site enables to examine questions as who were the habitants of the site? What reflects their special interest in writing scrolls? and why did they need so many cisterns in a dried desert having only few drops a year?
The trail focus on the possible interaction with the oasis of Ein Fashcha (Einot Zukim) which was the biggest oasis along the Syrian African rift.

Products specifications
Region Dead Sea
Operator Avraham Yoskovitz
Leaving Time By appointment
Admission Charge With Charge
Language Hebrew
Language English
By Appointment Yes
Accessibility No
Starting Point Qumran National Park
Ending Point Einot Tzukim Nature Reserve
Phone +972-54-7792598
Email yoskov@gmail.com

The trail follows the famous interesting site of Hurvat Qumran, in which the Dead Sea Scrolls were hidden for 2000 years.
Visiting the site enables to examine questions as who were the habitants of the site? What reflects their special interest in writing scrolls? and why did they need so many cisterns in a dried desert having only few drops a year?
The trail focus on the possible interaction with the oasis of Ein Fashcha (Einot Zukim) which was the biggest oasis along the Syrian African rift.

Products specifications
Region Dead Sea
Operator Avraham Yoskovitz
Leaving Time By appointment
Admission Charge With Charge
Language Hebrew
Language English
By Appointment Yes
Accessibility No
Starting Point Qumran National Park
Ending Point Einot Tzukim Nature Reserve
Phone +972-54-7792598
Email yoskov@gmail.com