Where is Havasupai?
The Grand Canyon attracts more than five million tourists each year and is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world. Deep in the Canyon on the reservation of the local Havasupai Indian tribe, however, there is still something that few tourists know, but is almost as beautiful: the Havasupai Falls.
The Havasupai Tribe-which literally means “the people of the blue – green water” – are the indigenous people of a Region in Northern Arizona where the Havasupai Falls are located. These are several aquamarine blue waterfalls located within the Havasu Cavern.
The most famous are the Havasu Falls with its breathtaking cascade, which almost looks as if it flows from Cool blue Gatorade. But despite the crowds of tourists who roam the Grand Canyon day after day, these turquoise waterfalls are relatively secluded – a long-held secret of the Havasupai Tribe and a few strangers.
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