In the Grand Canyon National Park, on the Havasupai Reserve, there is a sublime cascade!
The waterfall Havasu is a true jewel of nature. The water flowing from the height of 30 meters created turquoise water accumulation.
Havasupai means “the people of blue-green waters”, it is the name of the Amerindian tribe that lives in this region.
They are the only people living permanently in the Grand Canyon.The turquoise color of water and waterfalls on their territory attract thousands of visitors each year.
Havasu Falls and Havasu Creek showcase these heavenly blue-green colors throughout the year.
To reach this marvel, plan a 16km hike from Hualapai Hilltop or if you are not a walker, book a bike, a horse or a helicopter.