- Reviews: 3
Supai Inn???: The only one in town
If you can't camp, stay at the Inn in the village. Make your hike or ride into Supai, or take the helicopter down and make a reservation at the Inn. I am not sure how far in advance you need to book a room, but make sure you have it before you go. There is a little restaurant up the dirt street and you can walk the area and see at least 3 waterfalls without it being a strenuous walk. No more than 3 miles to Mooney Falls, the tallest of the falls.
- Reviews: 35
Havasupai campsites - year round: Possibly America's best campsite
This trip helped me to regain my physical regime, chiseled facets to my spirit, and returned the awe of God's creation to my heart.
Dark sky - magnigicent star gazing.
COLD water in the falls' pool (x3) - exhilirating.
Truly spectacular camp sites - shaded, next to water or not, countless places to explore both close to camp and afar.
- Reviews: 293
Havasupai Indian Reservation: Getting Back to Nature
Reservations/Information: Havasupai Tourist Enterprise, Supai, AZ 86435, telephone: 928-448-2121. *Note, there is only one phone line down into the canyon.
$15 per night
YOU MUST MAKE RESERVATIONS IN ADVANCE. YOU WILL BE SENT PACKING IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A RESERVATION.
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