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Havasu Falls FAQ's

Havasu-Falls.com has the answers to all of the most popular questions about Havasu Falls and the Havasupai Tribe. Below is a list Frequently Asked Questions about the turquoise waterfalls of Havasu Canyon.


Havasu Falls is located in the western Grand Canyon near Seligman Arizona.

From the Havasu Falls trailhead you can hike, ride a mule, or take a helicopter. There are no guaranteed helicopter rides and visitors staying at the lodge or campground need to make a reservation beforehand.

Havasu Falls is on the Havasupai Reservation in the Grand Canyon, but is not part of Grand Canyon National Park.

Yes you need to pay an entry fee whether you stay at the lodge or camp.

There is one small lodge in Supai Village two miles from Havasu Falls.

About 100 feet tall

Yes, there are several other waterfalls including Upper and Lower Navajo, Mooney and Beaver Falls.