I am planning a road trip and thought that Havasu Falls would be a beautiful place to camp. I've been reading some TripAdvisor reviews though, and I'm a little perturbed about a recurring theme of animal maltreatment witnessed by many travelers. Many people who posted reviews even said that witnessing the conditions of the animals and feeling like, as paying tourists, they were unwittingly condoning such treatment, was so upsetting that it made the whole trip not worth it, amazing scenery and all. This has put me in a bit of a moral dilemma. I want to see the spectacular nature of Havasu Falls, but I don't want to be indirectly supporting animal cruelty. Is there any way to see the waterfalls (Havasu, Mooney, or both) without staying within the reservation? Does anyone on here have any insight they can shed on this subject? It definitely has me reconsidering my trip plan. Thank you!