Enot Tsukim or En Fashkha, as it is also known (Fashkha means split or broken), is the lowest nature reserve in the world and one of the most beautiful in Israel. This oasis of green lies between the brownish barren fault scarp to the west and the blue Dead Sea. Enot Tsukim is divided into three areas: the northern “closed reserve,” the central “visitors reserve,” and the southern “hidden reserve.”
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