We think everyone deserves a vacation. But if buying that plane ticket will break the bank, you can opt for a much more affordable option. There's a blue waterfall in Arizona that'll make you feel like you're at the Saturnia Hot Springs in Tuscany.\nJust below the rim of the Grand Canyon is the Havasupai tribe, whose land is home to beautiful blue waterfalls and pools. At the beginning of every year, reservations are available so that you can visit the falls.\nMaking a reservation is the only way to hike there and each reservation is for 3 days and 4 nights. Prices range between $300 and $375 per person, depending on whether your stay is on a weekend or weekday.\nYou and your friends can plan a trip here, all while saving money on a plane ticket overseas. It's also a hike that should be on your bucket list.\nThere are a total of five waterfalls you can visit, however, Beaver Falls is one favorite. It has many pools that are perfect for soaking and they'll make you feel like you're in Tuscany.\nView this post on Instagram Facebook reminded me that this time last year @rachaelliz228 and @milehighmagee and I were on the ultimate adventure...a trek to Havasupai. Backpacking here requires a permit, a lot of gumption and there’s equal parts beauty and poverty you’ll experience. We didn’t try for permits for this year (2019) because of the move and increase in price, but I’m certainly interested in trying again in 2020. If we don’t get permits, at least I’ll know we tried. . . There’s so much more I could say about this place and how our trip went here but I’ll let you read my blog (link in bio) for that. . . And if you make it here I highly suggest the hike down to Beaver Falls (pictured)...it’s worth the extra miles... . . #yogimagee #yogimageeexpeditions A post shared by Natalie Magee (@yogimagee) on Nov 9, 2019 at 7:19am PST\nThe hike to the falls is difficult, as you'll have to walk waist-deep in water to get there. It's approximately 6-miles from Supai Village, which makes it a total of 12-miles roundtrip.\nThe perfect part of having a three-day reservation is that you don't have to rush to see the falls.\nIncluded in your reservation is access to the campground. It's about 2-miles from the village.\nView this post on Instagram Catching up on road trip photos. Havasupai was heaven on Earth!!! What a great few days! #havasupai #beaverfalls A post shared by Chris Kemp (@dingyginge) on Oct 15, 2019 at 7:24pm PDT\nIf you'd rather stay the night at the lodge, you can reserve a room with your friends. It's about $440 per night, but if you split the cost it's only $110 per person with four people.\nThe turquoise pools are such a sight for sore eyes; you'll never want to leave. Sometimes reservations fill up on the first day they open, but there's always a chance you can snag up a cancellation throughout the year.\nIf there's none available, you can opt for this Arizona hike that will lead you to red rock cliffs and clear blue water. It's challenging, but the views are worth it.\nView this post on Instagram Well now I’ve told my mom, I’m excited to tell ya’ll that I’m going on @hownottotravellikeabasicbitch’s educational tour to Cuba in October 😍😭 It felt like perfect timing. My grandma passed away in March and we were really close. Havana was one of her favorite cities; she wrote multiple articles for some random Canadian magazines about Cuba. She went in the 1950s and I’m pretty sure she did the white people resort thing, but she talked about dancing to the Afro-Cuban beats 😍 and how the women there are “beautiful but too heavy.”🙄 In one article, she wrote that Cuba keeps luring her back because it’s an exciting country where anything can happen. In another article, she said “when’s the next plane to Havana?” • • • Anyways. I’m emotional at the thought of seeing the things that my grandma saw that she loved to talk about so much. I know my grandma as a little old lady who only ever left the house to visit all the employees at Winco, but she had this amazing, adventure filled life before her old age and to get a glimpse at that is giving me SO much life. • • • So anyways. I’m so thankful that I get to learn about this country my Nanny loved directly from the locals. This is going to be such an amazing experience and I am SO excited. When’s the next plane to Havana?😉• • • • • • #havasupai #beaverfalls #arizona #peoplewhohike #plussize #bodypositive #bodypositivity #fatgirlstraveling #travelstoke #fatgirlshiking #womenwhohike #girlswhohike #andshesdopetoo #outdoorwomen #wildernessbabes #radgirlslife #womenwhohike #sheexplores #sheadventures #shotoniphone #amongthewild #takemoreadventures #wearetravelgirls #outdoorbella #hikingadventures #hikingculture #unlikelyhikers A post shared by Lexi 🍕🏃🏼♀️🗻 (@fatgirl.hiking) on May 6, 2019 at 8:14pm PDT\nBeaver Falls\nPrice: $300 - $375 per person, reservations can be made here\nAddress: Supai, Arizona\nWhy You Need To Go: The hikes will be long and challenging, but it's a great way to have a mini-vacation without breaking the bank.\nWebsite\nBeaver Falls is located on Havasupai Tribe's reservation and you should review their website for more information on their rules and regulations found here.\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.