Havasu Falls

Havasu Falls, Supai: Address, Phone Number, Havasu Falls Reviews: 4.5/5

Havasu Falls
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Breathtaking waterfalls amid a beautiful surrounding area.
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Anna K
Colonia, NJ2 contributions
Aug 2020
Bucketlist item! We went in April 2019 and the weather was warm, but the water was on the cooler side for me. Definitely hope to do this again one day!
Written 29 August 2020
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MVT
2 contributions
Jan 2020
Great place but they also abuse animals. Please please dont use them to carry your stuff. Make sure to only bring what you can carry!
Written 17 August 2020
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Tia
1 contribution
Jul 2020
Terrible customer service. We were a finger click away from making reservations this year and then saw the only option is to camp for 4 days, $395/person... I'd rather fly to Mexico than pay that to camp in Arizona... however pretty the falls may be. We're experienced hikers and didn't want to stay more than a day. So I tried calling the reservation office. The lady on the other end was demeaning, passive aggressive, and impatient. She was unable to answer any of my questions and told me to read their website again. No day trips.
Written 28 July 2020
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RRH01
Ramsey, MN423 contributions
Feb 2020 • Friends
This was an incredible experience to see all the water falls. If you are in poor condition or have physical ailments that make it difficult to walk, this is not for you. The 8 mile walk down is steep for the first 1.5 miles but flattens out after that. The trail is quite rocky so you need to watch your step. We stayed at the lodge and it was nice. It was clean and comfortable. It was expensive but worth it after a long day of hiking. We did the 12 mile round trip hike to see all the falls. The hike after the first falls is very difficult because you have to descend a wall using chains and footholds that are wet. This is not for everyone! The trails are relatively flat after the wall. There are also a couple of sketchy wood ladders that you need to use. You also need to know that on the hike to the additional falls you have to cross the stream three times. There are not any bridges. If you have done the Phantom Ranch hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, this is much easier.
Written 2 March 2020
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Awebby84
Rochester, NY13 contributions
May 2019
The 1st good shot you get of the falls when walking down into the camp is one you will never forget. The busiest of all the falls, but still not that bad. Hang out for the day and swim, take pics, or just sleep in the shade...amazing spot to relax
Written 25 February 2020
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Mark M
Indianapolis, IN19 contributions
Sep 2019
Hike in (7-10 hours) and fly out by helicopter ($85) to get thee best experience going to this waterfall in paradise. No hotels, no air conditioning, no 5 star restaurants. So bring a hammock, a sleeping bag, a campstove with a few Mountain House YUMMY freeze-dried meals and you will never want to leave.
Written 9 February 2020
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Kimberly557
Portland, OR3 contributions
Feb 2020
Hopefully I will someday get to go to this lovely place. The reservations for 2020 opened 2/1 at 8am AZ time. I created my account, saved my credit card, and set my alarm for 6:45 this fine Saturday morning. The website crashed again and again. After 30 minutes of trying I finally saw the calendar of open dates. I chose dates that showed available and they were then not available. Finally I got a an open date and clicked buy..... 'your hold has expired, please start again...' Over and over. At 49 minutes in the site is completely down. I guess they are sold out. What a waste of my time!!! I hear that you have to pay big bucks to a tour guide if you want to see this place. Not that $395 a person wasn't already big bucks. Please fix your reservation system so normal people can visit!!!!!!
Written 1 February 2020
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Loki70
East Haddam, CT215 contributions
Nov 2019 • Couples
We JUST got back home from this phenomenal trip which was on my bucket list. I've read the reviews and will get into that in a bit. Absolutely beautiful hike in even with 30+lbs on your back. We knew what we were getting into when we got the permits opening day on February 1st. Planning and attention to details as well as experience will make this an epic trip. It's a long hard hike but one of enjoyment and accomplishment. It's breathtaking and awe inspiring and thats just the hike in. Following the tribe rules is essential and non negotiable. If you're whining about the camping spots or compost toilets you really shouldn't be there at all. This is not a glamping trip. There is no shortage of tents spots it just depends on what works for YOU. On to the pack mules....this is the tribes bread and butter. It costs $400 for a round trip for these work horses (mules) to carry your "stuff" from the parking lot to the camping area while you joyfully trek the trail oblivious to the long hours involved for these animals and their handlers. All of the mules I saw were healthy and doing the job they were meant to do. Yes some were sweaty but all were healthy. A bit dirty...horses, mules and donkeys are dirty. These aren't your glistening oiled down thoroughbreds on a race track....these are tougher, better and adaptive to their environment. The village....it is poverty personified yet cohesive and friendly considering they have a huge amount of strangers who don't know the tribal customs or have not even read 2 sentences about the Havasupai, trekking thru their home daily every single day of the year. We spoke to many, in the village, on the trail, and in the campground. On to the campground.. A lot of "campers" leave trash behind or are too lazy to clean up after themselves.... This was the only downside and so frustrating. Clearly stated it says CARRY OUT WHAT YOU CARRY IN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Look behind any of the compost toilet buildings and you will see the amount of trash in huge sacks that are from "campers".....this is the trash the tribe needs to deal with and is air lifted out by helicopter. It's disgusting and heartbreaking. Yet they the tribe deal with it. Example....the tent site next to us packed up before dawn......headlamps shining into our tent...they left behind 4 almost empty gas canisters, a pair of shoes, shoe inserts and 2 deflated air mattresses. It was carried into camp by them, it should not have been left behind. Almost every empty campsite had some form of trash left behind. There is no excuse for that and it clearly shows a lack of respect.

So if you decide you want to make the journey to this spectacular, beautiful place and are lucky enough to get a permit, you will not regret a moment of it. When you first lay eyes on the falls....remember that feeling of awe at the pristine beauty and power of the falls you are seeing. Carry that feeling forward as you find a spot for your tent and belongings and leave it better than you found it when your journey is over.
Written 2 December 2019
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Sarah F
Golden, CO2 contributions
Oct 2019
Horrible abuse of horses and the Indians are super unfriendly. It's a beautiful place but painful to see the horses and I have read up on just how bad it really is. It has been going on for so long. Absolutely heartbreaking and ruined the trip for us.
Written 26 November 2019
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shresra
3 contributions
Nov 2019
Hi,
Is there anyone hiking to Havasupai this wk during Thankgiving? Looks like the weather is getting really bad with rain/snow showers and very cold temps. We are staying at the lodge, but still the weather is quite bad Thurs and Fri.

Would like to see what you've heard and what your assessment is- both past and present hikers.

Thanks!
Written 25 November 2019
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