The United States  has no shortage of breathtaking natural wonders, but one stands out among them all. Havasu Falls, known worldwide for its unparalleled beauty, and has some of the bluest water in the country.


Havasu Falls in Arizona, is one of the most beautiful destinations on Earth, however very few will ever see it.  Of all of America’s waterfalls, Havasu Falls is one of the most difficult to reach.


Aside from the challenging hike, the popular waterfall is located on Havasupai tribal lands, and is one of the most admired waterfalls in the country!   A permit is required and must be obtained for visiting the Havasupai Reservation. Then it’s an eight mile hike from the hiker’s parking lot to Havasupai Village; and another two miles from the village to Havasu Falls.

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If a 10 mile hike is not your thing, there is a much easier way to get to the falls. For a fee, you can bypass the hike and jump aboard a helicopter that ferries hikers in and out of the canyon.

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Once you have arrived, there is no shortage of things to see in this breathtaking oasis.

Havasu Falls is a breathtaking oasis of blue-green water located within the Havasupai tribal lands of the Grand Canyon in Arizona.


The topography is rugged, and includes a 100 foot waterfall, that descends into a series of lagoon like pools, each of which is filled with gorgeous  blue-green water!


The stunning blue-green color is a result of a high concentration of calcium carbonate in the water.


This incredible destination attracts visitors from all over the world, and it’s such a coveted attraction that an entire year’s worth of the required permits often sells out within minutes.

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While Havasu Falls is the most popular, waterfall in the area, there are 3 other amazing waterfalls in the area as well!

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Navajo Falls

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Mooney Falls

and Beaver Falls

More adventurous hikers choose to keep going beyond Beaver Falls, to the confluence of Havasu Creek and the Colorado River.

Camping is also available for those who have received permits for visiting the Havasupai Reservation. Can you imagine waking up each day to this stunning landscape?

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