Our guided hiking tours in Havasupai, Arizona, take place on the Havasupai Native Reservation. After hiking to Havasupai through classic Grand Canyon desert landscape, we arrive at a jungle-like Cottonwood filled water paradise. Dense vegetation, soaring cliffs, crystal clear blue-green water, huge waterfalls and travertine swimming holes make this a surreal once in a lifetime opportunity. Our staff has trekked around the globe, and all agree that Havasupai is one of the most beautiful places on earth. National Geographic called Havasu Falls one of the best swimming holes in the world.
Our basecamp consists of comfortable tent-based sleeping accommodations. Our guides will serve hot breakfasts and dinners, and we provide quality lunches, fruits, snacks and drinks. Your equipment will be brought in and out by pack mule, so that we can comfortably travel light throughout the trip.
From our camp we can explore Havasu, Mooney, and Beaver Falls, as well as other Havasupai locations such as the Green Room and the Sky Terrace, or maybe we will just relax in one of the many natural pools. On longer trips we can hike to the Colorado River, stopping to watch the blue water from the Havasu River mix with that of the mighty Colorado. Havasupai means "People of the blue-green water," and this trip takes place exclusively on native lands, so you will also experience one of the country's most remote villages where mail is still delivered via horse and mule. Helicopter and horse options are available for transport if you so desire. Come explore with us!