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Havasupai & Havasu Falls Guided Hiking & Backpacking Trips

The Havasupai waterfalls are incredible waterfalls found in the bottom of the Grand Canyon, in Arizona, on the Havasupai Indian Reservation. The most famous waterfall is known as Havasu Falls. Every year, thousands of people hope to hike to and visit the waterfalls but only a select few will get the chance. One option for travelers hoping to visit the area is to look into Havasu Falls guided hiking and backpacking tours. The waterfalls can only be seen by making a strenuous hike into the bottom of the Grand Canyon and first you must acquire a permit issued by the Havasupai Tribe. Take a look at our blog about everything you need to know to visit Havasu Falls if you hope to plan a hiking trip to Havasupai.

There is so much to see and experience on a hiking trip to Havasu Falls that you will want to make it a focal point of your trip to Arizona. You should plan to spend at least 3 or 4 days on your hiking trip. The hike into see the campground takes an entire day and so does hiking out, so with a 3 day trip you will only have one day to experience a the waterfalls and they are not all located close by, you need to hike around in the canyon to see Beaver Falls, Mooney Falls, and Havasu Falls. This canyon has been home to the Havasupai Indians for generations and they still live here deep in the bottom of the Grand Canyon, so when you visit the magical waterfalls you are guests in their ancestral home.