Havasupai Waterfalls: Getting There & Accommodations

When it comes to experiencing the majesty of the Havasupai Waterfalls, not everyone will want to spend a weekend outdoors in the elements. Thankfully, there are more options for visitors than simply camping in the Grand Canyon. If you want to visit one of the country’s most pristine national parks, consider staying in one of the lodges maintained by Discovery Treks.

Here we’ve gathered some more information on traveling to the Havasu Falls and what you can expect when you get there.

Adventure Details  

For those who aren’t thrilled to sleep outside beneath the stars in the Grand Canyon, don’t worry: Discovery Treks offers lodges outfitted with all the modern amenities. When embarking upon a Havasupai Waterfalls lodge-based hiking tour, you’ll have three days of action-packed hiking and adventure in Havasu Falls, returning to sleep in the comfort of a lodge each evening.

You’ll be able to see breathtaking landscapes and one-of-a-kind Grand Canyon views and pristine, blue-green waterfalls and creeks, all without the burden of carrying camping equipment along the trail with you. This package is all-inclusive, meaning everything from fees and permits to food is taken care of by our wilderness-certified staff.

Hiking Highlights

On your Havasupai Waterfalls hiking tour, you’ll visit locations of unmatched beauty and remote wilderness. Some of the highlights you’ll see during your stay include the ancient Havasupai Tribal Village, where you can learn about the culture and lifestyle of the canyon’s native people. In addition to breathtaking Havasu Falls, visitors will also hike to Mooney Falls, as well as the “New” Navajo and Rock falls created due to the 2008 flood.

Packing in & Out

Transportation to and from the trailhead leading to the Havasupai Waterfalls is included in your Discovery Treks tour package. Additionally, those who are staying in lodges won’t have to worry about camping equipment, but you will be provided with a daypack to carry snacks and water on your hike in. Hikers should also pack comfortable hiking clothes (no jeans) and a hat and sunscreen.

Stay in our Havasupai Falls lodges on your hiking tour!

Getting a good night’s rest is key to being alert on your Havasupai Waterfalls hiking adventure, so contact us today to learn more about staying in the lodge in the beautiful Havasupai Falls of the Grand Canyon.