Hike to this incredible waterfall in the deserts of Arizona.
Havasu Falls is located in northwestern Arizona in the Havasupai Reservation. All visitors wanting to hike to the falls must obtain a reservation before arrival. It is highly recommended to hike in the early morning hours before the heat of the day. Temperatures can reach the 100s in the summer, so always bring plenty of water with you. One gallon of water per person is preferred. Please note that night hiking, rock climbing, and diving are not allowed.
You will begin from the Hualapai Hilltop and hike 8-miles to reach the Supai Village. From the village, Havasu Falls is an additional 2-miles away. The monsoon season occurs from late June through August, so do not attempt this hike if there are flash flood warnings. While hiking, watch for dark clouds coming from the south and head to high ground as soon as possible once you see rain clouds. Anyone seeking adventure should definitely plan a hike to Havasu Falls the next time they visit the Grand Canyon area.