Like something you see in a dream, a very peaceful and easy place to swim and relax. I love the lush greenery growing up out of the water. I want one in my back yard.
It is sad that all the trees on the other side died, I guess due to flooding couple of years ago, so the scenery doesn't look as awesome as the other falls on this trip.
I've seen a lot of waterfalls in my life, and this one didn't hail in comparison to many of them. It was pretty, but when you consider the other two, Havasu and Mooney, this one looks like nothing spectacular.
Don'tmiss the Navajo Falls as you walk towards campgrounds and Havasupai Falls. There is a trail that gets you really close for great photos. This is the beginning to great waterfalls. From the village is about 45 minutes away and about 30 minutes from Havasupai Falls.
These falls were not only beautiful, but fun to swim in. You could climb behind the falls and some (not me) were jumping from the top of the falls but you need to find the right spot.
There is a smaller dirt path off to the left on your way to Havasu Falls from Supai, take it and see the Navajo Falls on your way to Havasu. Be sure to look left! I almost missed the upper falls!!!
Navajo Falls actually consists of two big waterfalls (upper and lower). The flood of 2008 split what used to be one waterfall into two. These are the first set of waterfalls you will come to and are also the widest. Navajo Falls seemed like it would have been the most fun to play in because the water wasn't as powerful... More
Navajo Falls is the first of the three big waterfalls you come across as you hike down from Supai village and farther into the canyon. For that reason, there is almost always a group of people there. It is definitely beautiful, but not quite as impressive as Havasu or Mooney Falls. There is a nice pool area at the bottom... More
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