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Native American Oasis

(Havasupai Reservation)


Imagine the perfect desert oasis hidden deep in the red cliffs of the Grand Canyon.  Turquoise waterfalls cascading into some of the world’s most picturesque swimming holes, exciting rope swings providing hours of entertainment, and a shady camp among cottonwood trees, honey mesquite, and wildflowers along the banks of a lazy stream. 

havasu - grand canyonThis is the paradise of Havasu Creek, one of the Grand Canyon’s crown jewels, and home to the indigenous Havasupai Indians.

This hike starts in one of the most remote corners in Arizona and descends eight miles through a narrow canyon to the village of Supai, the most isolated settlement in the contiguous United States.  This quiet little town is the traditional home of the Havasupai Indians.  There are no cars here, instead, horses and mules are still depended upon to deliver food and supplies, and are the primary form of transportation for the locals.  Here, the Havasupai can still be seen farming their traditional crops of corn, squash, beans, and peaches along the banks of Havasu Creek, while the children laugh and play games in the dusty streets 

From the village, the trail follows Havasu Creek two more miles to our campground and the world-famous Navajo, Havasu, and Mooney waterfalls. This is our base camp for the remainder of the trip.  While here, you can relax in the shade under giant Cottonwood trees, swim in the turquoise pools below Havasu falls, or take a day hike farther down the trail as it descendshavasupai falls precariously down the face of a cliff to the bottom of Mooney falls and continues downstream; past ancient mine shafts, rope swings, hidden swimming pools, the remote Beaver falls, and finally ends at the Colorado River.  No matter how you decide to spend your time in this desert wonderland, you will surely agree with our guides that this is one of the most beautiful places on earth, and you will dream of returning again and again!

Length: 3-4 days

Distance: 20 miles

Group size: 2-5 (larger groups permitted by special request)

Season: year-round

*Special Add On*

*Special Add On* Carry only a small day pack with water and snacks.  We'll provide an additional pack mule(s) to carry ALL of your gear.  This recommended option is only $149 per person.

*Special Add On* Need more time to explore?  Add an additional day for only $290 per person.


The Native American Oasis Expedition includes:

  • A private backcountry expedition - no additional participants

  • A park naturalist guide, and a pack mule to carry all of the group gear.  (You may hire a pack mule to transport your personal items as well).

  • Round Trip transportation from your hotel in Flagstaff, Williams or the South Rim Area.

  • Top of the line backcountry gear (packs, tents, sleeping bags, hiking poles).  Everything but your own personal items.

  • All necessary permits.

  • All backcountry meals.

Private Expedition Prices

2 hikers $1,190 per person

3 hikers $1,090 per person

4 hikers $990 per person

Pack Mule to carry personal gear, Only $149 per person.

Add an Additional Day for Only $290 per person.

Have more questions?  Call us today at 1-800-957-4557.

Our reservation agents are ready to answer your questions.



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