About The Place

Located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona, is the Havasu waterfalls, considered one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the entire United States. The striking turquoise blue color of the waters is the result of its high mineralization, a color that contrasts with the reddish cliffs that surround it. On your way to the Havasu Falls, you’ll come across beautiful Grand Canyon scenery and animals such as long-horned sheep and wild horses. It is recommended to spare at least two days for Havasu Falls as there is so much to do and see here especially the Beaver Falls and Mooney Falls.

Before You Go, Tips & Guide

As the waterfalls are located on tribal land owned by Havasupai Indians, you need to have a permit to visit Havasu. As the waterfalls are highly popular among the tourists, you’ve to apply for the permit months earlier, or they will be sold out. Another requirement to visit Havasu Falls is that you need to stay overnight in a canyon. It is mainly for your safety as there is a challenging 10-mile hike to the waterfalls. Hiking is not allowed during the day. Entrance fee per person if $35 whereas $17 campground fee per person will be charged.

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