Comments: What time can you check-in for a campground? Thanks.
Added: April 29, 2010
Submitted by Name: Mitch Arnett From: Flagstaff, AZ E-mail: Contact
Comments: I visited for the first time in 1988 with family, and fell in love the your blue green water falls. Even thought there have been a couple of devastating man made floods since, your canyon will always be beautiful. We have reservations to camp May 10th - 13th and we can't wait!
Added: April 26, 2010
Submitted by Name: gabby From: arizona E-mail: Contact
Comments: the hike has some beautiful scenery and i went two years in a row and skipped a few years for my daughter. Im going back this year sometime in aug or sept. I cant wait to see how much it has changed.
Added: April 25, 2010
Submitted by Name: Julie Hutchins From: Prescott AZ E-mail: Contact
Comments: I've been coming to Supai since 1971 and just come back to "my shrink" whenever I can, usually with my brother Bill or my kids...countless times! Thanks people of Supai for your hospitality. Oh, and I took the helicopter in for the first time last year. I'm getting old and crippled lately and this is the way to go!!!!!!
Added: April 22, 2010
Submitted by Name: Zuzana From: Czech Republic E-mail: Contact
Submitted by Name: Tim Crosby From: Michigan E-mail: Contact
Comments: My wife and I will be making a first time visit to Supai May 2nd & 3rd and have secured 2 nights lodging. We've hiked a wide range of trails in the GC so we should be fine hiking down and back out. However, we would appreciate any last minute advice. For instance, is it necessary to bring any of our own food?
Admin reply: Definitely bring your own food. Although you can buy meals at the cafe, or cans and fresh food at the general store, you will want to carry something with you in case you arrive after closing times or some other unforeseen event.
Added: April 21, 2010
Submitted by Name: Maxine Joseph-Bruce From: Mount Currie, British Columbia, CANADA E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello Havasupai Tribe,
I visited your village way back in the June of 1982. We travelled from British Columbia south and visited you during our two week trip. Just by chance we learned of your tribe. So we started our hike to visit you. We arrived shortly after dinner and were greeted by your young folk. I was 17 years old at the time. We were treated very well and kind. We stayed with a kind family and hung out with your teenagers. The next day, we began our efforts to leave, we hired a helicopter and I had the option of riding one of your pony express (aka mail delivery). It was the best experience and till today, I recall the beautiful sites and people I met. I'm surprised we did not get married off (ie shotgun wedding) with one of your members. We surely enjoyed the experience. I wish to visit you again some time soon. All my relations - Maxine Joseph-Bruce a member of the Lil'wat Nation Tribe. Maxine Bruce, P.O. Box 91, Mount Currie B.C. V0N 2K0
Added: April 21, 2010
Submitted by Name: Tami Dunstan-Adams From: Penticton, BC E-mail: Contact
Comments: I visited Havasu in 2006 and have never forgotten just how beautiful it is. We hiked in and took the helicopter out. My only recommendation would be to pack more fresh food (fruit and veggies) in my pack next time. I hope to one day visit again and bring my family.
I have a friend that will be visiting from Australia this September. I have sent her your web site and perhaps she will visit.
Added: April 16, 2010
Submitted by Name: Mireia Pamies From: Barcelona, Spain E-mail: Contact
Admin reply: Please call the office to make the appropriate reservations. Thank you.
Added: April 15, 2010
Submitted by Name: Nicole From: Tucson, AZ E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just returned from my first trip to Supai and the lovely Havasu Canyon - the trip was amazing. I have nothing but good things to say about the entire experience. Reservations were handled professionally, the campsite was great, the ranger was friendly, and the waterfalls were breathtaking. Thank you!