Ready to plan your next great outdoor adventure? It might be time for you and your family to finally make the trek out to the Grand Canyon this summer because people are going crazy over this magnificent "secret" waterfall.
Tucked away in the southwest corner of the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Havasupai Falls has recently been popping up all over Instagram. The natural landmark includes a 90-foot vertical cliff with blue-green rushing waters that hit against the rustic boulders below. For over 1,000 years, the area has been home to the Havasupai Tribe, also known as the "People of the Blue Green Waters."
If you want to experience the blue green waters for yourself, be prepared to work for it. Visitors generally set up camp on the reservation before traveling 10 miles by foot or horseback to see the falling waters. But, with amazing views like this, you won't mind the long journey at all.
Havasupai Falls is undeniably beautiful from every angle. Take a look at the photos below to see for yourself.
Yep, we'll be adding this magical place on our bucket list ASAP.
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