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Adventure to the Bottom of the Grand Canyon

Havasupai Indian Reservation

Prepare yourself for a trip like no other, and an opportunity to commune with nature on a world class scale. Havasu Falls and Mooney Falls are among the best loved waterfalls on Mother Earth, and deep in the Grand Canyon they are close to her heart.

Located 8 miles from the rim of the Grand Canyon, accessible only by foot or helicopter, the village- also known as Supai, has been home to the Havasupai Indians for many centuries. As time evolved the village has grown with many homes sprouting and taking root in areas where there used to be only farmlands. The village boasts a small café, lodge, post office, school, church, clinic, police station, and a general store. If you don’t have the time to hike, enjoy scenic views from the comfort of an comfortable seat in a state of the art aircraft.

I have traveled extensively throughout the world and can honestly say Havasu Falls in the Grand Canyon is one of the most unique and incredible places I have ever experienced. A must for adventure seekers and lovers of nature. For more info click here.

Have you been to an epic destination lately? What was your favorite adventure?

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