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We Do All The Work

All you have to do hike and carry your basic needs in your backpack.

What does this mean? We provide, set up, tear down, and haul in/out everything you need to enjoy your adventure.

So what do we provide? Tents, sleeping pads, sleeping bags, hammocks, food and a one night motel stay.

Access is by permit only, and difficult to get reservations for.  Simply Supai ensures that all hikes are approved beforehand by the appropriate agencies and all necessary permits are obtained.

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The What, When, Where and Whys?

Where: Havasupai Falls (aka Havasu Falls) -- a waterfall of Havasu Creek, located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona. It is within Havasupai tribal lands.

What: A 4 Night/4Day Adventure

When: Spring and Fall trips, when the weather is at it's best.

Why: For the adventure, challenge and awe inspiring beauty!

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Who Should Go?

We choose to take small intimate groups of family, friends and co-workers. The bonding and friendship of our groups is priceless...

... Those whod want to challenge themselves on this 10 mile in/out hike.
... Those who want to visit the most remote village in the United States.
... Those who want to climb up and jump off waterfalls.
... And those who truly want to challenge themselves ... scale down a 200' cliff using ladders, pylons, chains and true grit!

 

Were is Havasu Falls

Havasu Falls is within the Havasupai Indian Reservation.

Havasupai-means people of the blue-green waters. The spectacular waterfalls and isolated community within the Havasupai Indian Reservation attract thousands of visitors each year. Havasupai might just be one of the most  beautiful places on Earth. There are five major waterfalls with Havasupai-Upper Navajo Falls, Lower Navajo ("Rock") Falls, Havasu Falls, Mooney and Beaver Falls. The Havasupai are intimately connected to the water and the land. The Havasupai Tribe administers the land, which lies outside the boundary and jurisdiction of Grand Canyon National Park.

Supai Village-located within Havasu Canyon, a large tributary on the south side of the Colorado River, is not accessible by road.

Havasu Creek-is fed by springs, have a high mineral content and carbonate precipitate that account for the cascading falls, pools and natural travertine dams. Towering cottonwood trees, grapevines and other flora create the lush foliage that accent the waterfalls. Soon after entering the trail to the oasis and campground, the sounds of water flow can be heard before the falls come into view. The water temperatures are a relatively constant 70 degrees F throughout the year making swimming and lounging beneath the falls a pleasure that is unimaginable. The brilliantly colored waters eventually make their way to the Colorado River which the Natives call the "Big Waters".

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Cost

Because of the passion we have for everyone to be able to visit and explore this magical place, we are committed to keeping the costs below that of a larger tour guide companies.

$800 per person*

A $200 non-refundable deposit at time of registration with a confirmed time frame**.  The remainder of the costs are payable within 30 days of the scheduled trip. Why? Because we only do a couple of these a year and we need a commitment! Permits are extremely hard to come by and we would hate to have others miss out because someone decided they did not want go at the last minute.

*Before January 15th, bring your desired dates, group of 8-10 people, and receive $100 per person.

**Dates must fall within the highlighted calendar days found on Contact Us page. Dates will be confirmed on or around February 1st, 2017.

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The Next Step...

Gather up your group, pick a Spring or Fall time frame and Contact Us....