After crossing the Filter Border Crossing area and starting along the Egyptian border, a small lane on the right leads to the region's sole source: Ein Filter, i. e. the "source of the drops" because the pond is fed by almost a drip. A 4 x 4 is required. To access the pond, park on the parking lot and follow the signposted trail. Less than one kilometre later, you will arrive at the source, sheltered at the bottom of the Nefatim Oued and preserved from the intense evaporation by the shadow of the cliffs surrounding it. The pond fills more extensively in the rainy season when a waterfall falls along the wall. Upstream, another small mare was set up by British soldiers. There is a marked trail in black. The best time to visit ponds is dawn or late afternoon: You can then marvel at gazelles, rock damans or gangas to the water. Take a 30 minute walk for this walk.
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