Havasu Falls


Some of the most beautiful things are tucked deep in the canyon. Havasu Falls was incredibly breathtaking, although personally I think it was a bit pricey. Nonetheless, you have to do it at least once. It was a 10 mile hike in and 10 mile hike out. We decided to do the Beaver Falls hike so we hiked 26 miles in 2 days. Minus my husbands severe sunburn and blisters that began to form on the bottom of his feet, the trip went really well. Here are a few pictures.


For Future-

I recommend bringing water shoes ( the hike to beaver falls you continually are crossing the stream)

Also, bring a hammock and enough water for the hike.

I was surprised to find out that there was food/ beverages for sale in the village of Supai. This is where you will check in and get a wrist band to show you paid your reservation. The campgrounds are 2 miles past the village. Again to my astonishment, they sold fry bread/ fry bead burgers and Indian tacos at the campground.


To book-

Getting tickets was a challenge. February 1 at 8 am they opened and by about 8:30 am they were sold out for the whole year. So. If you want to go plan ahead and be ready to purchase tickets at 8 am From the people we talked to it wasn't uncommon to have multiple people manning the computers! Good luck.


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