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Supai Indian Village

Supai, AZ 86435
+1 928-448-2121
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Dirty and Disgusting

Going into this part of my trip I figured there would be people from the town who would dislike the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Benjamin D
Very neat and tidy

We only went in the local store ( which has about everything) and the cafe( just to look around... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2017
Kim B
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Newnan, Georgia
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An Indian village in the Havasu Canyon at the end of the Hualapai Trail.
  • Excellent40%
  • Very good24%
  • Average15%
  • Poor9%
  • Terrible12%
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“post office” (10 reviews)
“mule train” (4 reviews)
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Supai, AZ 86435
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+1 928-448-2121
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Going into this part of my trip I figured there would be people from the town who would dislike the tourists constantly coming in, however, I did not anticipate the amount of dislike. I at no point felt welcome while in the town. I also...More

Thank Benjamin D
Reviewed 21 May 2017

We only went in the local store ( which has about everything) and the cafe( just to look around) - oh yes - and post office too. Cafe has lots of food choices of the fast-food variety. The prices were less than those at a...More

Thank Kim B
Reviewed 20 May 2017

In this village there is 1 general store, 2 restaurants, a post office, and a hotel. The people were nice and willing to help us find our way around. The person at the visitor center was nice and answered all our questions. On our way...More

Thank Noah L
Reviewed 2 May 2017

The village has two restaurants/cafes, one post office, one or two general stores, and a lodge. I think the charge for everything is reasonable considering the efforts to transport things into the village. The people here are laid back and introvert. Maybe they are not...More

1  Thank l-_-Sheila-_-l
Reviewed 7 April 2017

I had read reviews about the villagers before i made my trip and most had said that they are very rude and unhelpful. That could not be farther from the truth. The first locals we saw were hiking up with the mules while we were...More

Thank Marbelyn F
Reviewed 2 April 2017

I was appalled at the mistreatment of animals by the Supai Indians. The poor mules are overloaded and forced to gallop up and down the canyon. They have sores where the straps touch their skin. The horses don't fare much better. The poor animals stand...More

10  Thank brigitte90254
Reviewed 16 March 2017

There is a café, post office, general store and a lodge. You must make lodge reservations months in advance.

Thank Treker650
Reviewed 15 March 2017

his is one of the most incredible trips that we have ever taken and an experience than will not soon be forgotten. If you’re planning this trip please understand where you are going. The Havasupai Reservation is located in one of the most beautiful and...More

11  Thank Tomincolorado
Reviewed 12 March 2017

THE reviews on Trip Advisor, of the actual village, are pretty rude (as in, the people rating the VILLAGE are rude people). You don't go into someone else's backyard, and start telling them that they are dirty or should be offering more. My god, these...More

10  Thank Toni F
Reviewed 15 October 2016

This is one of the most exquisite places that I've had the opportunity to visit. There were 5 in our party, ranging from 25 - 62. We hiked in and out with all of our gear and camped along the bank of the river. If...More

6  Thank AVROC934
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mbourke25
My husband and another couple are going to try to get permits to visit and stay in the campground, or possibly the lodge. however I have many questions such as: How far to hike to the beginning of the trail head to the village? If we wanted to use a mule to carry our stuff in where would the mule pick our stuff up? And how much does it cost? How far is the village with the cafe/ restaurant from the campground and what is the average cost of food and beverages? Thank you in advance
13 January 2017|
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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
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mbourke25
My husband and another couple are going to try to get permits to visit and stay in the campground, or possibly the lodge. however I have many questions such as: How far to hike to the beginning of the trail head to the village? If we wanted to use a mule to carry our stuff in where would the mule pick our stuff up? And how much does it cost? How far is the village with the cafe/ restaurant from the campground and what is the average cost of food and beverages? Thank you in advance
13 January 2017|
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Response from KKVJDV | Reviewed this property |
Hi, trailhead to the village is about 8 miles, then another 1 mile through the village, and around 2 more miles to get to the campground. Depending on where you camp, you could add on another 1/2 mile in the... More
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Mahshad_hs
I need information about weather of supai
1 May 2016|
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Response from Ed B | Reviewed this property |
Yes, I found this tricky, too. Googling "weather Supai" for current conditions was accurate, in my experience. Historical averages are harder to find. (IE, "What's the typical weather in March?") Most sites seem to use... More
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