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Really dusty and not very nice

This is where you have to stay or at least go to in order to see the falls. We were so sad to see... read more

Reviewed December 9, 2017
Louisville, Kentucky
A must-see, carry your own gear.

This hike makes for a magical experience. Beauty like no other place on Earth. Pack only the... read more

Reviewed November 23, 2017
Jane S
Paris, France
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An Indian village in the Havasu Canyon at the end of the Hualapai Trail.
Supai, AZ 86435
+1 928-448-2121
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Reviewed September 2, 2018 via mobile

People!!!! Do you know your history? They don't want you there!! History shows we haven't been the nicest people and we have a tendency to disrespect their culture, beliefs and LAND and WE should be more cognizant of that!! IT IS THEIR LAND!

4  Thank Erika W
Reviewed June 16, 2018

This Village is disgusting. Stay clear of the dogs, they are loaded with fleas. The people here are far from inviting and friendly, and will treat you only as a source of income. You will be treated nasty, without respect, subhuman quality. Trash everywhere, loaded...More

7  Thank Curtez151
Reviewed May 11, 2018 via mobile

Absolutely not what me and my family expected to see when we got there. Houses and animals are in horrible condition. There is trash everywhere and everyone is rude. Horses and mules are malnourished and abused.They are full of scars, scabs and open wounds and...More

9  Thank Tifany Q
Reviewed May 8, 2018 via mobile

You are not treated as human here. You are a wallet. This is a tourism gold mine, and they know it. You’ll be taken for everything that can be extracted from your bank account. Don’t do it.

6  Thank RoadTripToSFO
Reviewed April 10, 2018

There are four waterfalls to see, with lots of other natural scenery as well. The first two falls are an easy hike. The third fall you can see from above. If you want a closer look, you will have to climb down carefully. The fourth...More

3  Thank Greg F
Reviewed March 16, 2018

Please don't use the pack animals to carry in your gear, They are being abused. They don't even have any water to drink at the top of the hill. They don't feed them enough. If you have to take in gear either carry it yourself...More

17  Thank howdydudy
Reviewed January 1, 2018 via mobile

Most of what you read is true. Hike or take the helicopter down. Unfortunately most of the people here aren’t that friendly. Most homes are in disrepair. Not that many people live there. There is a snack bar and a very overpriced grocery store. Most...More

7  Thank Upnorthtransplant1
Reviewed December 9, 2017

This is where you have to stay or at least go to in order to see the falls. We were so sad to see the poverty levels here and tried to support them via the cafe and store the best we could.

4  Thank TheGreenAuthor
Reviewed November 23, 2017

This hike makes for a magical experience. Beauty like no other place on Earth. Pack only the essentials and carry your own camping gear. Unfortunately, pack animals are terribly abused, forced to work long hours carrying extreme loads up steep rocky paths. In addition to...More

14  Thank Jane S
Reviewed November 18, 2017

Support the reservation through money and service but CARRY YOUR OWN gear if going there for the stunning waterfalls. What my husband and I witnessed regarding these horses was horrendous. They are overpacked and forced to run tied together on steep, rocky and treacherous terrain....More

16  Thank Susan O
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September 7, 2018|
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Response from Greg F | Reviewed this property |
You can stay at their campground or lodge. If you helicopter in, you might be able to do it all in one day. We did it in three days easily.
July 11, 2017|
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Response from Toni F | Reviewed this property |
Yes, you can get a helicopter for around $80-100 per person. It will take you into Supai, which is about 2 miles from Havasu Falls. That is the closest it will take you. I think you just show up at the trailhead and they... More
January 13, 2017|
Response from dremmettdc | Reviewed this property |
From the parking lot to the village is 7.5-8 miles. Then the campground is another 2-2.5 miles past the village. The mules ate about $80 and they pick up your stiff at the parking lot. Food is not too expensive in the... More