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Havasu Falls, Supai

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
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  • Myself and five friends chose Wildland Trekking for our guided backpacking hike while staying at a base camp Havasupai Campgrounds...we can't say enough about our two guides Kurt and Jeremy (big Jerem...  read more »
  • What an incredible place! Totally beautiful from top to bottom. My biggest takeaway from this was that it is a wonderful experience if you want to completely refocus and forget about daily life. Every...  read more »
  • First things first. you must have a permit to hike to Havasupai period. we were stopped on our hike in the gorge by a ranger asking our names and # of people in our group, then you had to show your pe...  read more »
  • Absolutely beautiful. I traveled here with Pygmy guides. I wasn't hesitant about using a guide service but Owen made for an awesome trip and I would not have enjoyed my time there nearly as much without him.
  • A magical oasis in the desert. This place is special. Bring star charts because during the night the stars feel like they are right there. The nights sky is so bright down there. I would also recommend bringing choco sandals for hiking around once you get to the falls.
  • Stunningly beautiful water. Spectacular views all around here. Best time of day to take photographs of this waterfall if you don't want people in your shot is early morning and noon. For hanging out and swimming midmorning and afternoon seems to be most popular. Have fun but don't be reckless because if you are seriously injured, it's a long hard way to help.
  • A crowded campgound, but the waterfall is like nothing ive seen. Try to hike to the Colorado River if you have time. I would recommend two nights camping at the bottom.
  • Most beautiful water falls! Especially after 10 mile hiking through the super hot dusty terrain!!! Awesome!!!!
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