- When is the perfect time to visit Havasu Falls?
The best time to visit Havasu Falls is during early spring to early summer. This means that between the months of March to June, the weather conditions as well as the water temperature are within their normal range. This makes it easier to hike along the Havasupai trail, and speeds up travel time too!
Visiting between the months of July to end of August is not recommended as this is monsoon season. The Grand Canyon is so vast that it has its own climate. Visiting during monsoon season exposes you to great danger as landslides are commonplace around this region of the South Rim.
- How do I get there?
If you came with a group of people, you can take one vehicle only. This is a cost-efficient means to lower down your expenses wile visiting the Grand Canyon. You may also take advantage of inexpensive shuttle bus services. Just remember to abandon your car if you wish to fully experience the ethereal beauty of Havasu Falls.
- How long should I stay?
As Havasupai Indian Reservation covers a large area as well, it may be best for you to extend your stay at the canyon for a few days more. In addition, the Havasupai Indian Reservation does not allow guests who plan on taking a day trip only. You may want to spend at least three nights in the Indian Reservation so you can explore not only Havasu Falls, but the other four magnificent falls including Mooney Falls, Beaver Falls, Navajo Falls, and Fifty Foot Falls. Camping onsite is affordable at $17 per person/per night.