Havasu Falls - Camping, Hiking, Waterfalls, Lodging, Helicopters and Horses in the Grand Canyon at Havasupai
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The “Have to See” Corner of the Grand CanyonYour Soul is Calling You Here. Doesn’t it Feel Great to Answer?
Havasu Falls is a magical, mystical place in time. Breathtaking waterfalls, pools of water, and the creek flow through you, creating feelings and memories no photo can capture completely. A visit here will rock your world deeper and longer than you can imagine. All that’s left is to plan your trip and go. Are you ready for reaching such a unique, Heaven on Earth Hiking destination?
This website is not affiliated with the Havasupai Tribe. It is run by people like you. Therefore, it will help you with all the information you need to answer your personal calling to Havasu Falls (also known as “Havasupai Falls”).
Have the Time of your Life at Havasu Falls
You’ll do more than just visit this perfect paradise in the Grand Canyon. You’re going to experience something much bigger. If you’re like many others who’ve been to Havasu Falls, you will find yourself creating moments where you’re tingling with awe and delight at the power of such beautiful surroundings. Seeing, hearing, jumping, and swimming in the 5 amazing waterfalls, especially the thrilling Mooney Falls is a dream come true. It’s on many a “bucket list” of men and women across the United States, Europe, Asia, and people around the world.
If there’s a Hiking Hall of Fame, Havasu Falls is in it. You’ll Be in it, too.
The legendary Grand Canyon is recognized as one of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World. Surely, Havasu Falls is one of its most natural and wonderful features. For hundreds of years this tucked away treasure has been preserved and protected by the Havasupai Tribe on the homeland of the Havasupai Indian Reservation. Officially, it lies outside of the jurisdiction and boundary of Grand Canyon National Park, with the closest services located in Peach Springs, Arizona.
Long ago, the name “Havasupai” was created to represent and identify the “people of the blue-green waters.” To this day, the unique connection with the blue-green water remains as strong as ever for the Havasupai Tribe. We are blessed they share this sacred bond with all of the non-tribal members who travel here.
Every year from every corner of Mother Earth, people like you answer their soul’s calling to Havasu Falls. Congratulations to you for joining them.It is an honor to have you visit AboutHavasuFalls.com. We hope your time on the website contributes to a trip, hike, and experience which is everything you hope for and more.