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.
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.
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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