Summer is fleeting, but you can still make beautiful memories before it's over. Hidden deep in the desert is a blue waterfall in Arizona that has natural pools and clear blue-green water. It's one of Arizona's best-kept secrets.
Havasu Falls is located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation in Supai, Az. You must have a reservation to visit, and sometimes they can sell out on the first day. A 4 day and 3-night stay will cost between $300 and $375 per person depending on your reservation.
If you want to make a reservation for less than 3 days, you'd still be charged for a 4 day and 3-night stay, so plan accordingly. You can go on this amazing trip whenever you're able to score a reservation. From the Hilltop Trailhead to the campground it's about a 20-mile roundtrip hike. The best part is that you can visit the other four waterfalls there.
The campground here allows you to camp wherever you want in the campground area since there are no designated campground sites. You can swim and relax in these clear pools after your long hike.
There's lots of shade near the waterfall making for a perfect way to daydream and listen to nature. During the summertime, trails will be closed if the temperatures reach over 115 degrees!
It's important to know that night hiking, drones, and jumping aren't allowed. You should also keep your pets at home since they aren't allowed. This adventure is the perfect way for you and your friends to enjoy your days off.
You might also see horses and pack mules on the trails. There are no reservations available right now, but there's always a chance of finding a canceled reservation. You can check here.
One fun fact you should know is that Beyonce's music video "Spirit" was filmed here.
Havasupai Indian Reservation
Price: Price varies $300 - $375 per person for 4 days and 3-nights
Location: Supai, Arizona
Why you should go: This magnificent waterfall is a beautiful paradise that you can admire and swim in. If you make a reservation here, it'll be the perfect mini-getaway.
We 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.