The Ultimate Guide To Havasu Falls
Havasu Falls is a gorgeous blue-green waterfall of Havasu Creek, within Havasupai tribal lands located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. You need a reservation to visit this world-renowned waterfall. This is one of those places that’s still on my to-do list but wanted to mention this wondrous place. The blue waterfall in the middle of a giant red canyon is really mesmerizing. I have been trying to get a reservation, but due to the high demand and limited numbers of visitors that are allowed per year, it’s been difficult.
The reservations open around 1st February, every year, at 8 AM in the morning and are sold out instantly. I have been trying for a couple of years but haven’t been able to get one. Reservations can be made online at HavasupaiReservations.com. Reservations are for 4 days / 3 nights, It is $100 / night for Monday – Thursday nights, and $125 for Friday / Saturday / Sunday nights.
What To Expect
Awe-inspiring and a breathtaking blue-green waterfall and an adventure of a lifetime! But you would need to be well prepared to spend three nights in a camp, ready to walk around 16 miles (round trip) to get to Havasu Falls and back. Note – Day hikes are not permitted, you would need to spend 4 days / 3 nights. I found this website very informative and helpful – Link.
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