The blue-green waterfalls of Havasu Canyon are among Mother Nature's greatest works. Havasu is one of four major waterfalls in the heart of the Havasupai Tribe's homeland. Navajo, Mooney, and Beaver Falls are also located in this beautiful canyon, each with their own unique qualities. Although located within the Grand Canyon, this picturesque desert oasis is not in Grand Canyon National Park, but rather on the Havasupai Reservation.
Havasu Falls offers a variety of year-round adventure for all types of people. Families, experienced hikers, businesses, or students can all find a trip that's right for them. The weather from March through November is best, but winter trips offer the most solitude. Hiking (with mules to carry your gear), and camping at beautiful Havasu Campground is the most popular option. You can also acquire transport via mule or helicopter for an additional fee, and if camping under the stars is not your cup of tea, the Havasupai Lodge is a quick two mile hike from the falls. From professionally guided tours, to going it alone the flexibility of Havasu Fall can suit your needs.
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