Ein Gedi, Hebrew for “spring of the kid” is a Kibbutz and Natural Reserve located west of the dead sea, 70 Km from Jerusalem.
Depending on the demand, shuttles from Ben Gurion Airport may be offered, details will be published at a later date
Ben Gurion Airport
Israel’s main international airport, Ben Gurion, is located 35 minutes from Jerusalem and about a half hour from Tel Aviv. Most airlines fly to and from the renovated Terminal 3, with others based at Terminal 1. from Ben Gurion Airport to Ein Gedi is a 1.5-2 hour drive.
Ramon is an international airport located in the Timna Valley in southern Israel. Ramon Airport is the second busiest in Israel.The airport is located 18 km (11 mi) north of Eilat, next to Be’er Ora. From Ramon Airport to Ein Gedi is about a 2-3 hour drive.
From Ben Gurion Airport to Ein Gedi
There are several means of transportation between Ben Gurion Airport and Ein Gedi:
There is an express train that take passengers from Ben Gurion Airport to Jerusalem in under 20 minutes, from there you can take the 486 or 487 bus until the hotel.
Both private and shared taxis service Ben Gurion Airport. The Israel Airports Authority licenses private taxis that are conveniently situated at the Terminal 3 Arrivals Hall exit. A private taxi to Ein Gedi will costs approximately $150-200. There is no need to book ahead for the trip to Ein Gedi. Not all taxis accept credit cards, and visitors are advised to change a sufficient amount of money prior to leaving the airport.