About Havasu Falls
Havasu Falls is a waterfall of Havasu Creek, located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona, United States. It is within Havasupai tribal lands.
It is the more famous and most visited of the various falls along Havasu Creek. It consists of one main chute that drops over a 90-to-100-foot (27 to 30 m) vertical cliff into a series of plunge pools.
Hiking and camping at Havasupai are enjoyable year-round! Each season offers its own advantages and drawbacks. The volume of water is consistent year-round except when flooding, so the condition of the creek itself is largely of no concern. Furthermore, water is always 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The more significant considerations are hiking and sleeping temperatures.
You will need to apply to get one of the coveted 2020 hiking permits and campground reservations if you are hoping to hike to the stunning Havasupai Falls in Arizona this year.
There are five spring-fed waterfalls located in the heart of the 185,000-acre Havasupai Indian Reservation, situated in a gorge off the Grand Canyon. They include Navajo Falls, Fifty Foot Falls, Havasu Falls, Mooney Falls and Beaver Falls. The stunning blue-green Havasu Falls waterfall is particularly popular because Beyonce filmed a video there. the Havasupai tribe limits the number of visitors allowed to visit the reservation to 350 daily and there is no day hiking permitted, therefore reservations are essential.
The Havasupai Tribal Council releases its hiking and campground permits yearly on 1 February for all arrival dates from March 1, 2020. If you are lucky to successfully obtain them, you must spend a minimum three-night stay. It is recommended that those wishing to secure a permit should create an account now at havasupaireservations.com as the reservations sell out very quickly. They don’t make phone reservations. In 2019 rates were $375 (€341) per person for the three-night stay in the campground, which holds 350 people.
If you don’t manage to secure a campground reservation bookings for Havasupai Lodge open on 1 June. It has 24 rooms and in 2019, the rates were $440 (€400) per night. The Havasupai Reservation is located four hours west of Grand Canyon National Park’s South Rim, off Route 66 and south of the Colorado River.
Other Grand Canyon Adventures
There are many options for adventure in the Canyon except Havasupai. Grand Canyon National Park is home to some of the most unique and spectacular backpacking trips in the world. Here the travelers can find stunning views, geologic history and many options to hike.
Guided Grand Canyon treks include permits, local transportation, meals, gear, risk management systems and professional guides. Guests are allowed to make the most of their visit to the Canyon, focus 100% on enjoying their experience, and they are often safe and comfortable.
If you enjoy hiking and discovering new places, Havasu Falls is a place you have to see. Plan your trip in advance, follow their website and do the necessary steps to get a permit. Remember that you have to plan in advance and you have to spend at least three days there. The minimum number of spent days won’t be a problem, as you will find what to do there.