Havasu Falls Camping

Discovery Treks

Turquoise waters cascade into travertine pools below a series of spectacular waterfalls deep in the heart of the Grand Canyon.

This is home to the Havasupai Indians (people of the blue-green waters), who have lived here hundreds of years.

We tent camp comfortably under large shaded cottonwood trees adjacent to the famous Havasu Falls.

Plunging into the crystal clear waters for a refreshing swim is part of our usual afternoon itinerary.

Hear about the fascinating history of the Havasupai Indians, the canyon geology, wildlife and more from our knowledgeable guides.

There is ample time to explore Navajo Falls and Mooney Falls on the second day, each one having its own special and distinct character.

Evenings are spent star gazing while our expert camp guides prepare delicious and nutritious dinners.

This truly is an" oasis" hidden away deep in this beautifully rugged and wild landscape.

The trip includes the following:

Professional, medically trained guides

Packhorses to carry all the weight

Riding horses available for additional fee

Helicopter transport available for additional fee (each way)

Helicopter availability date ranges:

Oct 15 through Mar 14 - Friday & Sunday ONLY

Mar 15 through Oct 14 - Thursday, Friday, Sunday, and Monday ONLY

2 nights of comfortable tent camping / all gear provided

Gourmet nutritious camp meals

Van transport from the Hilton Garden Inn Flagstaff

All necessary permits and park fees

Tour details

  • $895pp per Trip
  • Available Anytime
  • Duration: 3 Hour(s)
  • From 2 to 6 people
  • Starts at Flagstaff, 86001

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