Supai Village Information
The Havasupai Tribe will OPEN Havasu Falls and the Havasupai Reservation to tourists on February 1st 2023. There are no NEW reservations/permits for 2023. Only those reservation holders that were impacted by the COVID tourism suspension have a confirmed reservation. The only way to get a reservation for 2023 is to purchase off the official transfer list.
All visitors are required to check in here, unless you are staying at the lodge. The office is on the left side of the trail. If you want to plan a trip to Havasu Falls, learn more on our Havasu Falls trip planning pages.
The Havasupai lodge is a quick two-mile hike from Havasu Falls. The rooms are simple with no telephones or televisions. All rooms include two double beds, a private bath and AC. All rooms are non-smoking.
Open from 8am to 5pm. The rates are reasonable, and cash, credit and debit cards are accepted. Try the Indian Taco, served on fry bread.
The store is open 7am to 5:30pm, Monday-Friday, and 8am to 5pm Saturday & Sunday. They carry basic food items such as sodas, fruit, canned goods, meat, and bread. They also have travel size toiletries. Expect to pay more for items than you would at home since they account for transportation costs in their prices. Cash, credit and debit cards accepted.
Supai has the only mail delivered by mule trains in the US! Mail sent from here will say so. All postal supplies including stamps and envelopes are available.
Tribal Terms and Conditions
Alcohol, illegal drugs, weapons (including firearms), drones, and pets are prohibited on the reservation. Rock climbing, jumping and diving are prohibited. Appropriate clothing is required on the Havasupai Reservation and nudity is prohibited. All trash must be packed out. Please respect the tribal home of the Havasupai people and abide by their tribal laws.