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Havasu Falls, Supai

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Havasu Falls (Havasupai: Havasuw Hagjahgeevma) is a waterfall of Havasu Creek, located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona, United States. It is within Havasupai tribal lands.

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  • The land of havasupai is absolutely beautiful, but the mismanagement of the mules and basic maintenance of the property is pretty disappointing for a camping experience that is $400 per person. I... 
    The land of havasupai is absolutely beautiful, but the mismanagement of the mules and basic maintenance of the property is pretty disappointing for a camping experience that is $400 per person. I...  more »
  • Beautiful place.. just NEVER EVER EVER EVER use the tribal horses and pack mules to get your supplies in and out....those animals are neglected, starved, beaten and abused!! The tribe do not care... 
    Beautiful place.. just NEVER EVER EVER EVER use the tribal horses and pack mules to get your supplies in and out....those animals are neglected, starved, beaten and abused!! The tribe do not care...  more »
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  • Probably the most picturesque of the waterfalls in Havasupai. It can be captured from any of the angles, above on the trail, down below at the picnic area, or from within the nearby caves for a touch of character. With the water so icy blue and gorgeous, it is perhaps one of the most iconic places in the American West.
  • Such a beautiful place. There hike in is easy, the hike out challenging. Definitely hike to beaver falls and explore some of the side canyons off the beaten path. Be cautious when hiking (climbing) down Mooney falls. It's slick and requires some skill and reasonable health to get up and down. But, it is so worth it. The locals are a mix of welcoming lovely people and those that hate the tourist. When camping, watch out for the wildlife and your food. Mice, squirrels, and raccoons are very adept at getting to your food and toiletries. Not sure I would return as there are so many beautiful places to visit, but havasupai was special. The permit is expensive and campground does get busy.

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