Havasupai Photography Gallery

Havasu Falls
People Beneath Mooney Falls
Waterfalls Along Havasu Creek
Waterfalls Along Havasu Creek
Mooney Falls
Mooney Falls
Grapevines Along Havasu Creek
Havasu Creek Side Channel
Havasu Falls and Pool
Havasu Falls at Night
Prickly Pear Cactus
Havasu Falls and Pools
Havasu Falls
Cascading Pools

Havasupai Information

Inside the Havasupai Reservation, up a side canyon of the Grand Canyon, is one of the most unique desert oases on Earth. Turquoise waterfalls pouring over 100-foot waterfalls attract multitudes of tourists to experience the natural beauty. In addition to the spectacularly bold color of the water, the rust-colored desert cliffs provide a strong contrast to the water, creating a landscape full of vibrant color that's completely unique to the area. The most famous of the falls is Havasu Falls. This majestic waterfall pours over a travertine cliff of 100 feet into inviting pools below. Below that is Mooney Falls, dropping 200 feet into a majestic canyon, reached by an adventurous hike down. More adventurous visitors will also hike along Havasu Creek's surreal features to Beaver Falls. Here, the creek cascades 30 feet over rocks and boulders creating an extraordinary swimming hole. The area is run by the Havasupai Tribe and the village of Supai is considered the most remote town in the continental United States.

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