Havasu Falls

Havasu Falls


The Havasu falls are located in the Havasupai Indian Reservation, south of the Grand Canyon National Park area of ​​Colorado.


First of all, to find them, you must arrive through The Mother Road, Route 66. You must wear comfortable shoes and you must carry water because you will have to travel several kilometers to access them. Summer temperatures are very high, so you should hydrate every few minutes.


You can bathe in this lake but also in another one that will appear during the trip: Mooney. In this park there are 4 waterfalls: Navajo, Havasu, Beaver and Mooney, this last waterfall is the highest of all.


This canyon has limited access to a number of people. So you have to buy an entry or reserve to get to see it.


You must plan this route with time, especially relevant taking into account the details of times to avoid dangers.


As a result, we recommend you do this visit if you have several days available in the Grand Canyon area, or if you are passionate about nature routes. It will take time, to be able to plan the time of your trip.



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