Submitted by Name: Ryan Ackerman From: Kingman E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am very honored and appreciative that the people of Supai share one of the most beautiful places on earth with us who are not native to the land. No amount of money could ever compare to the natural value and experience the canyon has to offer. Also campground ranger Fidel was awesome in making sure campers being safe around falls and campground as well as educating us of Supai history. Big ups to Fidel for being a good guy.
PLEASE TREAT THIS LAND WITH RESPECT.
Added: May 9, 2013
Submitted by Name: TamiRae From: Washington E-mail: Contact
Comments: This was an incredible experience. Here is my advice for novices. If you do not back pack regularly pay for the mule. Carry in only the food and water you need for the hike. The hike is draining. Plan on staying 3 nights or more to get the full experience. EVERYTHING you bring in you MUST carry out. The campgrounds are very crowded expect no privacy, but enjoy the beauty of the canyon. You can take a helicopter or ride horseback to get to the village and then hike two miles to the falls.
Added: January 27, 2013
Submitted by Name: Cassandra G. Bennett From: Jackson, MS E-mail: Contact
Comments: We've scheduled a trip for Spring Break during the week of March 11 - 15, 2013.
Added: January 15, 2013
Submitted by Name: Chris From: Phoenix E-mail: Contact
Comments: Please! Find a way to take care of the mules and horses by providing them with adequate food and water. Blood on the trail, starved horses, open whipping of the mules and horses. I am going to spread the word to have people boycott this area until the animals receive better treatment.
Added: January 14, 2013
Submitted by Name: Tara Heath From: Detroit, MI E-mail: Contact
Comments: Loved my trip to Havasupi although we did get lost hiking in. Thank God for our walkie talkies and the sweet Indian gentelman that help guide us into the lodge area. Everyone was nice and the scenery was absolutely amazing!! I do plan on taking my husband there one day soon...we will use the helicopter
Added: December 9, 2012
Submitted by Name: David Stephens From: Walnut Creek, CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: A much belated, by about 35 years, thank you. Looking back a pictures taken during a week camping with friends. It was truly a magical week, memories that have lasted well into my middle age years. Vowed to return once more, just never have seem to have made it back, it has always been, maybe next year.
David now in Atlanta GA
Added: December 5, 2012
Submitted by Name: Thomas From: Tucson E-mail: Contact
Comments: Everything is memory of itself, have fun, A whole different world down there. The Canyon and hike down are awesome. I was expecting in Oct to be icy cold. Was warm around 50 degrees at night and 70- 90 mid day. Have some content from my trip, 2012 October 8th to 11th. See my my Utube. "Tommyboytomsters"
Added: December 3, 2012
Submitted by Name: Ozan From: Turkey E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Vince Rollen From: Phoenix AZ (Philadelphia originally) E-mail: Contact
Comments: What a fantastic and beautiful place.... Some of the most scenic hiking I have ever done.. Lots of challenging trails winding in and out of beautiful clean and clear water to cool off in.. The falls are absolutely spectacular and the campsites are clean and safe... If you havent been here you need to make it a point to go...
Added: October 24, 2012
Submitted by Name: Stacy From: Yuma, AZ E-mail: Contact
Comments: I just returned from my trip to Havasupai and I'm sad to say it will definitely be my last. On our hike out we came upon an abandoned pack horse that was left to die on the trail. It was so emaciated and weak that it couldn't move at all, just stood there, waiting to die (and in fact my friends who hiked out today confirmed that they saw a dead horse on the trail where I described seeing it last night). I felt so sad and helpless, I had no water or food to give, that would have probably just prolonged it's agony... Please rethink your trip, although this is a beautiful area there are so many other spectacular places you could visit.