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Often called the "Shangri-la of the Grand Canyon," visitors can hike, camp or just soak up the sun around these beautiful falls where rushing water spills from red cliffs into brilliant aquamarine pools.
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This is a wonderful experience for anyone willing to hike 20 plus miles into the campground of the Havasupai Reservation of the Grand Canyon. We started out on Feb. 12 and stayed three nights returning Feb. 15. Unfrotueanely, it rained all day of the 14th...More
I have been here at least 12 times since the year 1995. It is the most serene, amazing and beautiful place I have ever been on this earth. My sister got engaged at Navajo Falls (before the flood).
It’s the only place on earth that...More
Was well in advance on the website trying to obtain this permit.
Wasted 3 long hours trying to progress to the end of reservation through their crashing site.
Charged my credit card $1625 for the 5 people to camp.
Never get confirmation, nor my reservation...More
I am frustrated with this place, the cost of campground has increased tremendously over the last few years, and now it is $300. This place is supposed to be everyone's treasure, I loathe those who damage this treasure but I also loathe the tribe preventing...More
Camped at havasupai in the month of November. I think this is the best time considering how tiring it will be hiking 10miles with your camping packs. It gets cold, yes. But the key to it is to pack fittingly.
I was dead hiking with...More
A SPECTACULAR piece of eye candy. WOW! every time we come to Supai this is still my favorite. Accessible, more sunshine than most of the other falls, Nice beach & great travertine pools to hang in. You can swim out & go behind the falls...More
Beautiful stunning waterfalls. Three nights at the lodge, good bed. Campground right along river. Great camping. Spent entire day playing in waterfall pools. Indian Fry Bread good. Very limited food available. Hot dogs, hamburgers - beef and veggie, menu not clear ended up with veggie...More
This is a must do experience. Would highly recommend it to anybody. We preferred the hike in and hike out experience. Some in our group opted to take the helicopter out. Whatever way you can, give it a whirl.
We had a lovely trip into havasupai and were lucky to score a reservation at the lodge. It is cooler in December, and I enjoy cold weather so it worked out great. The villagers are nice, some prefer to keep to themselves and I can...More
The Havasupai Indian tribe owns the entire area. For 2019, they have decided that commercial tour operators will not be allowed. There has been speculation as to the reason, e.g.: past problems with mistreatment of horses... More
The Havasupai Indian tribe owns the entire area. For 2019, they have decided that commercial tour operators will not be allowed. There has been speculation as to the reason, e.g.: past problems with mistreatment of horses and pack mules; unfairness of offering a large number of permits to commercial operators, when such permits are in such short supply (and everyone else has to work like mad just to try to get one of the precious permits). In any case, that's the decision for this year. It's hard to say what will happen in 2020, as policies have been evolving rapidly over the past few of years.