Category:Judean DesertViewed: 1956Downloads: 0KeywordsDesertEin FeshchaEin FeshkhaGreenIsraelJudeanLakeNaturePlantsReserveSpringsTourismWaterDescription: Ein Feshkha (Hebrew: Einot Tzukim)(lit. 'Cliff springs') is a nature reserve on the northwestern shore of the Dead Sea, about three kilometers south of Qumran, Israel. It is named for a spring of brackish water in the area. The Ein Feshkha nature reserve consists of an open reserve with pools of mineral water for bathing surrounded by high foliage and another section that is closed to visitors to protect the native flora and fauna. Source: Wikipedia.