HAVASU - Saechao Photography

I've been wanting to see HavaSu the first time I saw it on trafvel magazine, truth be told, now that I am single, I hope to find someone who enjoys the outdoor as much as I do and can endure the bugs and the sweat.   I am capable of doing things on my own, which likely is what I will end up doing.  There are things I have put off in hopes someone will come along in my life.  But as I travel more, I am beginning to enjoy the solo travels.


To make camping reservations in Havasupai, you can must call the Havasupai Tourism Office at (928) 448-2121. Be warned, Havasupai camping permits often sell out for the entire season within the first 2 or 3 months of the year. 2017


Camping permit – $25 per person, per night

Environmental fee – $10 per person

Entrance fee – $50 per person as well

This means that for the first night the cost for one person is $85, and $25 for each subsequent night camping.

*Note, all fees are taxable at 10%. Havasupai Reservation Policies – 2017

Due to increased popularity of visiting Havasu Falls and hiking to the other waterfalls in Havasu Canyon, the Havasupai tribe has instituted some changes to how they manage reservations and permits. All payment is due at the time of booking One credit card is allowed per group, ie. if you get through the phone lines and want to reserve spots for your 10 friends you must pay for all 10 on one card. Payments to the tribe are non-refundable Permit reservations are non-transferable Campground The campground is located within a 5-minute walk of the beautiful 100-foot Havasu Falls, about 2 miles downhill from the Village of Supai. In between the Village and the campground there are two other waterfalls. (See our blog post about Havasu Falls and the other waterfalls of Havasupai.) The campground is about ¾ of a mile long and spots are not defined and are available on a first come, first served basis. There are many wonderful spots to choose from throughout the campground. Lastly, there are no campfires allowed in the campground.

Getting the permit.... 

The hard truth about HAVASU

For campground reservations you can also still call the Tourist Office at 928-448-2121. For Havasupai Lodge reservations please call them directly 928-448-2111.

What else to do?

Zion  is a must!


Directions: Drive north on I-17 and exit onto AZ-69 N at Exit 262 toward Prescott After 21 miles merge onto AZ-89 toward Chino Valley Continue on AZ-89 to I-40 and go west on I-40 Take the I-40 Business Exit, Exit 123, toward AZ-66/Seligman/Peach Springs After about 22 miles you’ll see the Grand Canyon Caverns Inn on your left (closest lodging to the trailhead) Keep your eye out for Indian Road 18 heading to the right (north), and turn onto it. Follow Indian Road 18 for approximately 60 miles, where the road ends at Hilltop (the trailhead)