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Navajo Falls

Supai, AZ
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Just Beautiful

Although the first falls you get to, it is more beautiful than Havasupi and Mooney Falls. If you... read more

Reviewed 12 August 2015
Gary M
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Los Osos, California
Havasu Falls / Navajo Falls

We loved it here! It wasn't crowded -- we practically had the place to ourselves. Very scenic and... read more

Reviewed 21 July 2015
amyzt
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Kentucky
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Reviewed 12 August 2015

Although the first falls you get to, it is more beautiful than Havasupi and Mooney Falls. If you just stop at the first check point you will miss the most exciting parts. Hike back in a few feet and get to the hidden, main falls...More

Thank Gary M
Reviewed 21 July 2015

We loved it here! It wasn't crowded -- we practically had the place to ourselves. Very scenic and peaceful!

1  Thank amyzt
Reviewed 28 June 2015

Very very pretty. It feels like all the pictures that you take there have been photoshopped... You can go and swim here. The path to the falls is not well laid out like the other ones, but don't miss it..

2  Thank chandler_vipr
Reviewed 26 May 2015

This fall is not as big however it is the first one you come to when you hike in and it is amazing that this exists at the bottom of this canyon. The water is spectacular and it isn't as crowded if you wanna hang...More

2  Thank Joe Ann H
Reviewed 26 May 2015

This was one of my favourite places of the whole Grand Canyon hike. Full of natural beauty and so many little caves and crevices to explore in the water.

1  Thank lozi82
Reviewed 17 March 2015

These falls are located further away from the din of the two main falls, Havasu and Mooney, but are yet resplendent enough to warrant a visit. Located on a brief 5-minute hike on an auxiliary trail from the main Havasu trail, the waters surrounding these...More

5  Thank Sandeep K
Reviewed 28 January 2015

There is absolutely nothing bad I can say about Navajo Falls. It is a spectacular place of natural beauty that you should not miss. The hike there is truly stunning as well, it will make you feel closer to the Grand Canyon, you will gain...More

3  Thank EdmondsIndiana
Reviewed 25 November 2014

We visited Navajo, Havasu and Mooney and these were our favourite. The others are taller but the Navajo are a bit out of the way and easy to miss. We just sat and watched and listened to the water for a long time - really...More

Thank M0untainwalker
Reviewed 20 November 2014

I have seen the changes over many years...and after the dam break several years ago the creek changed course and it is dry waiting for another shift in the creek...who knows when.

Thank br0za1205
Reviewed 29 October 2014

Navajo Falls is the first set of cascading waterfalls you will encounter on your hike to the more impressive Havasu and Mooney Falls. It is just a bit over a mile hike from the village over a mostly flat trail. It makes for a nice...More

2  Thank Carlton7
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daren8334
what tours goes to navajo falls
25 March 2017|
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Response from Harold W | Reviewed this property |
I was on a tour with Road Scholars (RoadScholar org); we stayed in motels at Peach Springs & Supai. Our stuff was carried to Supai on pack animals & we hiked in with day packs. The tour was called "hiking granite gorge and... More
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Antonio O
The mao doesn't say how to get there in car from san diego
10 September 2016|
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Response from dremmettdc | Reviewed this property |
Type into GoogleMaps - Havasupai Hilltop Parking Lot. Then enjoy the hike.
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