Join us for one of the best hikes in the world on a guided Havasu Falls tour into the spectacular oasis of Havasu Canyon! Featured in hundreds of articles and TV shows around the world, the Havasupai Waterfalls (aka "Havasu Falls") are famous for their five dramatic plunges (the tallest nearly 200 feet high!) and breathtaking turquoise waters. Havasu Creek bubbles up from a spring and flows down canyon, at a constant 70 degrees year round, creating idyllic pools swirling beneath desert cottonwoods. Our Havasu Falls tours are all-inclusive journeys into this unique and dramatic landscape where guests are treated to swimming, relaxing, photography, adventure and exploration.
We offer several multi-day guided Havasupai hiking tours to choose from. All our trips are all-inclusive, allowing you to show up and focus 100% on hiking and enjoying the Grand Canyon's most stunning waterfalls. Havasu Falls trips include all necessary permits and reservations, roundtrip transportation from Flagstaff, gear, meals, professional guides, and more!
We invite you to explore the options below and select the Havasu Falls hiking tour that best fits what you're looking for! And you can always call us at 800-715-HIKE (4453) if you need assistance deciding which trip is the right one for you.
Our guided tours to Havasu Falls ("Havasupai") are all-inclusive, expert-led hiking vacation packages that allow guests to focus 100% on hiking the Grand Canyon and soaking up the magic of the Southwest's most amazing waterfalls. We provide permits and reservations, local transportation (from Flagstaff), the vast majority of your gear, all your meals, professional guides, natural and cultural history interpretation, and a passion for the Grand Canyon and the Havasupai Reservation!
You can hike to Havasu Falls on your own, so you certainly don't have to go with a guided tour company. If you'd like to hike Havasupai on your own, we recommend checking out our resource section for hiking to Havasu Falls. This resource gives you all the information you'll need including how to make reservations, details about the drive and hike, phone numbers to call, what to pack, when to go, and more!
Havasu Falls is great year-round, but the best times to travel are in the spring and fall. The water flow is constant year-round, so don't worry about high and low flows! Summer is great, but also very hot and susceptible to flash flooding, and Havasu Falls is closed in the winter. We also recommend avoiding holiday weekends, as the campground can sometimes be overbooked and quite crowded.