Things to Do in Havasupai

Waterfalls

The waterfalls at Havasupai is the main attraction of visiting here at Havasu. Depending on how long you’re staying, you can definitely hit all the falls and enjoy some sun and swimming. Be sure to catch the falls while the sun is peaked to catch the beautiful rays of warmth while you dip your toes into bliss.

Fifty-foot Falls
New Navajo Falls
Havasu Falls
Mooney Falls
Beaver Falls

Overnight Camping

Camping at Havasupai is a must for any avid nature seeking adventurer. From hiking 10 miles to the campground from the top parking lot is an accomplishment for many. Why not stay overnight for a night or two to reap the experience? Camping here is no different from camping in other national parks except you will have to reserve a permit in advanced to able to trek into the waterfall areas. No day hikes are allowed without a permit and a wristband to access the falls and campground. If you’re up for the challenge, go ahead and grab a permit before it’s all gone!

Photography & Video

It’s a no-brainer that everyone who never visited Havasupai should always bring a good quality camera equipment to their adventures. A good smartphone will do also, please be sure to remember to bring extra battery packs and power chargers so you can take some of the most breathtaking views this hidden getaway has to offer. Here are a few list just in case you need to skim through this page for what to bring.

Smartphone
DSLR Camera or Good Point and Shoot Camera
Go Pro Camera or equivalent
Tripod
Selfie-stick
Extra Battery Packs
Portable Battery Charger

Notice

Also if you’re thinking about bringing in a drone, they are not allowed and the rule is strictly enforced. If you are caught bringing and using a drone, you drone will be confiscated and be fined $1000.00.