Havasupai Falls: The Famous Turquoise
Waterfalls of the Southwest
Havasu Falls and it four sister waterfalls are among the most famous, most beautiful, and most sought-after waterfalls in the world. Visitors here are treated to an experience that is truly Eden on Earth. Turquoise water thunder down 150ft falls among million year-old travertine rock formations. Although Havasu Falls is located in Grand Canyon proper, it is not within the physical boundaries of Grand Canyon National Park. The several falls and the surrounding area are the homeland of the Havasupai Tribe, who has lived in the Grand Canyon area for nearly 1000 years. The Tribe manages all aspects of Havasu Falls including permits, reservations, and everything related to tourism and visitation of the area.
YOU MUST HAVE A PERMIT TO HIKE TO HAVASU FALLS.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO HIKE TO HAVASU FALLS WITHOUT A PERMIT IN HAND
Go to havasupaireservations.com for information regarding permits and access
Check out The Goat’s Blog for tips, tricks, and information about hiking to Havasu Falls
Havasu Falls Hiking Information
Due to circumstances beyond our scope, the Havasupai Tribe has elected to place a moratorium on all commercial guiding as of 2019. For information about permits, reservations, and options for visiting Havasu Falls please visit havasupaireservations.com. We cannot give any information about Havasu Falls hiking, permits, or otherwise.
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