Blue Falls of Havasupai Indian Reservation

Enjoy camping underneath the stars where there are plenty of adventures just waiting to be explored? Then camping in the Grand Canyon where the Havasupai Tribe has been living for more than 1000 years is a definite must. The village of Supai is located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona, and offers nature lovers a camping experience like never before.

Havasupai Indian Reservation

No day trips are allowed when wanting to visit the Havasupai Indian Reservation, making it necessary for campers to make a camping reservation for at least one night. The entire reservation is located along the western edge of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim, and includes just under 189,000 acres of both land and plateaus. Indians who live in this location are well known for their arts and crafts, and continuing on with living their cultural life.

Havasupai Waterfalls aka Blue Falls

The Havasupai Waterfalls are located very near to the village of the infamous blue green waters that locals use to grow their crops, which is why the Havasupai Tribe is also known as the People of the Blue Green Water. These waterfalls are quickly becoming famous due to their gorgeous aquamarine color, of which some are quite large and therefore dramatic. It is both the clean, crisp water as well as its gorgeous color that keeps people coming back over and over again to this part of the Canyon.

Campers are encouraged to stand underneath the waterfalls, as well as swim in the pools of water the waterfalls make, which makes for a truly enjoyable experience. Some say the experience is even spiritual, which is based on all of the beauty that surrounds this special Indian reservation. There are also plenty of creeks and valleys the water flows through, making it one of the most gorgeous views of the Grand Canyon one can enjoy.

It’s now necessary for those who are wanting to visit the Havasupai Waterfalls, also known as the Blue Falls, to make their reservations early when wanting to camp at the Havasupai Indian Reservation. The reason? Because so many people are taking photos of the area and posting them to their social media accounts. The photos are gathering lots of attention and from all over the world, making the Havasupai Indian Reservation a place that’s growing in popularity each and every day.

The Havasupai Waterfalls have now been featured in National Geographic and Outside magazine, as well as in thousands of social media accounts like Instagram all over the world.

Travel Makers MD

Havasupai Reservation Blue Falls (1996)