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Havasupai Falls

Havasu Creek, Supai, AZ 86435
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Be very careful

Please be careful, the tribe or whoever is suppose to take care of the horses dosen't. It's nothing... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Kamie U
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Surprise, Arizona
Venture of a lifetime! *** Yes, there is more....

Let me try and boil this down because there is a lot of mixed information out there. This is of... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
dznrdad
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Los Angeles, California
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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.
  • Excellent79%
  • Very good9%
  • Average2%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible5%
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“grand canyon” (36 reviews)
“mile hike” (22 reviews)
“parking lot” (20 reviews)
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Havasu Creek, Supai, AZ 86435
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Please be careful, the tribe or whoever is suppose to take care of the horses dosen't. It's nothing to see dead horses along the way or sick, starving horses who are over worked, overloaded and not properly taken care of.

Thank Kamie U
Reviewed 3 days ago

Let me try and boil this down because there is a lot of mixed information out there. This is of course from my recent experience. I try to be fair to all aspects of my review.... Arriving: The (free) parking lot up top is at...More

1  Thank dznrdad
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I'm leaving Saturday, managed to get reservations on their new website back in Feb. Some facts I learned: -Village has a small store that takes Cash or CC'S -Campsite has a smaller store that only takes cash -No showers only chemical toilet -fresh water tap,...More

2  Thank sdiesel2405
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This place is beyond amazing. I can't stress this enough....do your research though before you go. You can't go here without obtaining a very hard to get permit. Not to mention, it's a very difficult, and at times dangerous, hike in and out depending on...More

1  Thank tj9597
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The falls are amazing, I have never seen anything like them. The canyon is gorgeous and I loved the hike. I am glad I went to see it, however, I don't think I'll go back. The village is an rural ghetto, broken windows everywhere (some...More

2  Thank Daniel D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

There are several steps that require to before you get to these amazing falls. First, you have to somehow manage to get a reservation either to the lodge or to the campsite. We were a group of 8 and half stayed in the camp and...More

Thank lc v
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I might have left my review on the wrong "Havasu Falls" so here it is again! This is the obviously the main attraction of Havasu Canyon. I don't have much to say, other than the fact that it is just like the photos you've seen...More

1  Thank jw572
Reviewed June 23, 2017

We had a wonderful family trip to Havasu Falls on the Supai Reservation in Arizona. We are so glad we decided to hire a guide and were very pleased with Four Season Guides located on Flagstaff, Arizona. Our trip was very intimate and not as...More

1  Thank JuliaKenK
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Reviewed June 11, 2017 via mobile

My fiancé and I just got back from a visit to the Havasu Falls. We flew in to Vegas, rented a car, drove to peach spring and stayed at the Hualapia Lodge. Very nice lodge, clean rooms, and friendly staff. They even prepared a 4am...More

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Reviewed June 6, 2017 via mobile

Booking a guided trip is probably the easiest & fastest way to get booked on the Havasupi Falls hike and stay in the Lodge. If you try booking the Lodge on your own I understand it could take several hundred phone calls. The falls are...More

6  Thank Scott P
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sdiesel2405
Can't find a way to update/edit my original review... shop by falls was not open Sunday or Monday so don't count on it for snacks/food. Hike back to town is uphill and felt like 2+ miles so consider that prior to not packing enough food/supplies. Shops in town have early hours which is convenient. Intertubes were left at our site, I would say DON'T pack them, and walk around to different sites to snag some leftover rafts/tubes. Gets dark there around 7-8 so bring a lantern or headlamp. We snagged a water jug off someone leaving on our way in and it was very useful to cut down on trips we made to the fresh water tap. Restrooms were clean and had toilet paper for the most part. I wish I had brought a table cloth for the picnic table at our camp site. My husband wished we had some folding chairs with backs as sitting at the picnic table for long periods of time was rough on your back. At our site there was plenty of "clothes line" up, however, we brought clothes pins which were useful. Hike down to Mooney Falls is treacherous but totally worth it if you can swing it. We brought playing cards and a small waterproof speaker to pass the time after the sun set which was nice. So much fun, totally worth the time/effort. Make sure you plan for enough water on the way out. I drank maybe a 1/4 of a liter on the way down and I drank over 1 liter on the way up.
August 10, 2017|
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Response from sdiesel2405 | Reviewed this property |
Also, make sure you leave early. We left around 5:30am both ways and we were great on the way in, however, we caught lots of sun at the end of the way out (last 2 1/2 miles) which was NOT FUN :) The campsites are first come... More
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Maxi P
July 20, 2017|
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Response from Sharon C | Reviewed this property |
What you are trying to do is possible but I am not sure you will get the best out of the area. It is a long and hot hike that if you are not in excellent shape will give you aches, pains and often blisters. It is not for... More
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Natalie K
July 4, 2017|
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Response from Sharon C | Reviewed this property |
Google the weather there. I know it is HOT during the day and cooler during the night. If the temp is too hot during the day they have cancelled hikers out of safety so just beware. Trust me you don't want to hike in too... More
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