Buried in the Grand Canyon—and incredibly difficult to get reservations for—the Havasupai Falls feature gorgeous blue green waters in a remote village called Supai.
For over a thousand years, the village has been home to the Havasupai Tribe, or the People of the Blue Green Waters. Just above the village, travelers can find a magnificent waterfall gushing the famous blue green water from a hidden limestone aquifer.
However, the trek isn’t for the faint of heart—it’s an eight mile hike each way.
Tourists can either stay on the campground or at the Havasupai Lodge. The camping fee is $25 USD per night, per person, plus a $50 USD entrance fee and a $10 environmental fee—however, you only pay the entrance and environmental fees once for the whole stay.
As for a room at the lodge, up to four people can stay in a lodge for $145 USD per night.
The best time to travel to Havasupai Falls is in the spring—swimming is good, days are long, and the weather is perfect for hiking.
For more information, check out the Havasupai Tribe’s website here.