Hiking to Havasu Falls
Havasu Falls is an amazing paradise in the western Grand Canyon, and there is truly no other place like it on earth. Graceful turquoise waterfalls spill into travertine pools, creating a stunning oasis in the desert. The Havasupai people are known for being the only continuous inhabitants of the Grand Canyon, and they have lived here for over 800 years. The word Havasupai means “people of the blue-green water,” and it is this breathtaking color that attracts visitors from around the world. Read the guide below to learn more.