By Malvika Kashyap
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To experience Havasu Falls, preparation is essential, both physically and mentally. Here is our advice for making your visit to the falls special
1. When to go The season is officially from February through November. Early months bring colder waters but perhaps fewer tourists
2. You will need these things A permit, A prior reservation, Good hiking shoes and a pair of water shoes or rubber sandals etc, these things you'll need there
3. In order to reach the area, you must purchase a permit from the Havasupai Tribe because it is not a part of Grand Canyon National Park
4. If you're going in a group, designate one person to buy all of your permits (up to four per account). This will ensure that everyone receives the same date
5. Regardless of whether you choose to stay at the campground or Havasupai Lodge, often known as "the Lodge," in Supai Village, all trips need at least a one-night reservation
6. Between Havasu Falls and neighbouring Mooney Falls, a mile-long area on both banks of Havasu Creek serves as the campground.
7. There are no reserved sites, so you are free to set up camp anywhere in the approved area as soon as you get there
8. When the website goes live and you aren't fiddling with logins, you'll thank us later, especially given that reservations can sell out in a matter of minutes
9. A four-person room at the lodge costs $440 per night plus an additional $110 per person for entrance and environmental fees. Your permits and taxes are also included in these costs
10. Since Havasu Falls is far away, go on a trek with some cover. Bring water, food, a first aid kit, sunscreen, a hat, and lots of it. There isn't any water on the trail
In the canyon, there is no emergency aid. If you get hurt, it can take hours to seek help or be transported out of the canyon, and you'll be responsible for paying the expense.
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