Submitted by Name: Sandra From: Southern CA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello, I am interested in knowing what the water quality is like in the river. Since I have a water filter, I wonder if the water is free of any volatile chemicals.
Added: August 1, 2012
Submitted by Name: Andrea From: North Carolina E-mail: Contact
Comments: We are visiting Havasu in September. Really looking forward to it. Question: What did you need that you didn't bring? Our gear list said trekking poles - do you think they are necessary? We're used to hiking but have never been in this kind of terrain. Any other words of advice? thanks!
Added: August 1, 2012
Submitted by Name: Jane From: Vancouver , BC E-mail: Contact
Comments: I would like to thank the Havasupai for sharing this wonderful place with me and my family and for their calm and organization in getting everyone out of the campsite during the flash flood earlier this week . We take home some amazing memories both of the place and the people .
Added: July 27, 2012
Submitted by Name: T From: PHX
Comments: I hear you are closed due to a flood?
Added: July 25, 2012
Submitted by Name: Joe
Comments: Coming Soon!
Added: July 6, 2012
Submitted by Name: Denise From: PA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Visiting Havasupai as been a live long dream of my family. We made the trip for three days. The natural wonder given to us by Mother Nature is the most beautiful blue-green waters I've ever seen in the U.S. I would take this trip again but do things different in my travels next time. I would prepare more for the trip out of the Canyon. We decided to take the helicopter and waited for 9 hours. The process was very unorganized and painful to both the Natives and the Tourist. There was a mix up with our bags as well and the mule count needed to carry them out of the Canyon. What proved to be most difficult was the communication between us (the tourist) and the Natives in the Tourist Office. I would encourage anyone to go on this once in a lifetime trip however, just beware of the challenges behind organizing your trip with the Natives.
Added: July 5, 2012
Submitted by Name: BALINT From: HUNGARY
Comments: The waterfalls are beautiful. Although, we made a day hike, and the homepage didn't mention than miscellaneous fee that is paid by day hikers. Although the camping fee is 17 dollars, if you are just a day hiker you will have to pay 15 dollars (naturally, together with the 35(entrancefee) + 5 dollars(environmental protection fee))
Added: July 4, 2012
Submitted by Name: Dietra Reid From: usa E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am a amatuer writer and poet. I am doing research about a fiction story of two people who get lost in the Grand Canyon. Thanks for your time. "To Dance It...Is To Live IT" By Ms. Dietra Reid To reach for your heart in the daytime of your life, before the twilight of your death.
Comments: I am interning in Phoenix this summer and my girlfriend is flying out for a week for my birthday the last weekend in June 2012. I wanted to take her to the falls to camp (we have both never been to the Grand Canyon)however everything is booked. Is there anyone who thinks they may drop there reservation or knows a way to be allowed paid entrance although it is full. Thank you so much any help is appreciated.
This is the only time I will be able to expereince this area after I will be returing to Penn State for my senior year, Please help
Added: June 14, 2012
Submitted by Name: Thierry Goujaud From: Paris (France) E-mail: Contact
Comments: I'm going to visit this place next month, and I'd like to know if there is drinking water in the rooms of the lodge, or if we need to bring water for the full 3 days we'll spend there. Thanks in advance for your help.