Havasu Falls Reservations

Havasupai Reservations

Required Havasupai Reservations
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To hike to Havasupai, you'll need reservations. Day trips are not allowed. You will need either camping reservations to stay in the campground, or you'll need reservations at the lodge. Reservations and permits are difficult to get, and you must plan well in advance to be successful. However, if you are successful, it will be well worth it! Read through the remainder of this page to learn about how to apply for permits, what to expect, costs, and a lot more!

Havasupai Camping and Reservation Fees
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The Havasupai Tribe requires a per person entrance fee, and a per-person-per-night camping fee. These fees are normally adjusted on an annual basis. The Havasupai Tribe requires full payment at the time your reservation is made, and there are no refunds allowed.

The fees to camp are:
Entrance Fees: $90 per person
Per Night Camping Fees: $25 per person
Tax: 10%

For example, a group of 4 staying for 3 nights would be:
Entrance Fees: 90x4 = $280
Per Night Camping Fees: 25x4x3 = $300
Subtotal = $580
x 10% tax = $58
TOTAL = $638

How to Make Reservations
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Reservations for an entire calendar year become available on February 1 of the given year. To make your reservations, call 928-448-2141 beginning on February 1. The line will likely be busy, so continue to call until you get through. It could take days or weeks.

The online reservation system may be working. Go to the Havasupai Tribe Website to book your reservations online.

Staying at the Lodge
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The town of Supai (8 mile hike from the trailhead) has a lodge. Rates are pretty reasonable, but reservations are difficult to get. To make reservations call 928-448-2111.

The town and lodge are approximately 2 miles from the campground, which is situated along the creek between Havasu Falls and Mooney Falls. There are two waterfalls closer to Supai that are only 3/4 of a mile from the lodge - Lil' Navajo Falls and Fifty Foot Falls. They offer some of the best swimming at Havasupai. The hike from the lodge to Beaver Falls (the lowest waterfall) is approximately 5.5 miles each way.

Havasu Falls Guided Tours (Reservations Included)
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Guided Havasupai Tours allow you to leave the planning to someone else, just show up and enjoy the Southwest's most famous and amazing waterfalls! As seen in Mens Health, the Discovery Channel, New York Times, Boston Globe, Denver Post and more, these trips are some of Wildland Trekking's most popular offerings!

All Havasupai Tours include reservations/permits, gear, food, transportation (from Flagstaff, AZ), professional guides, ferrying of supplies in/out of the Canyon (except on backpacking tour) and more! Check out our specific offerings below:

TOUR OFFERINGS

  • 4-DAY HAVASU FALLS TOUR: Our Guides Choice Trip to Havasupai, this tour maximizes time in the Canyon.
  • 3-DAY HAVASU FALLS TOUR: An excellent choice for an add-on to a longer trip to the Grand Canyon, or over a long weekend.
  • HAVASUPAI PREMIER TOUR: Combine a 3-day Havasupai Tour with a night at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and a day hike on the Park's one must-do hiking trail.
  • HAVASUPAI BACKPACK TOUR: Enjoy a price point trip; we carry our own gear in 30-40 lb packs - 3 or 4 day trips!