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Havasu Falls Pictures

Havasu Falls:
The Robert Body Collection

Hikers Below Havasu Falls
Havasu Falls. 120 foot drop (37 meters)

Havasu Canyon is a stunning paradise that few ever get the chance to experience. This magnificent oasis sits on the floor of the Grand Canyon near Supai Village, the reservation center if the Havasupai Indian Tribe. It is tucked into a canyon-offshoot about 35 miles west of the Grand Canyon National Park South Rim boundaries.

Reaching the series of waterfalls on the Havasu Creek requires hiking the trail down from the canyon rim to the bottom of the canyon. Visitors can also take a helicopter ride to Supai Village and hike a couple of miles to reach the astounding beauty and tranquility of Havasu Falls, and its sister falls of Navajo, Mooney, and Beaver Falls.

Havasu Falls is considered a sacred place by the Havasupai People. The name "Havasupai" means "people of the blue-green water" which is the color of the water in the Havasu Creek which creates the these astounding water falls. It is truly of amazing beauty and tranquility.

For Your Viewing Enjoyment

These photographic creations are compliments of Robert Body. Robert is an adventurer, naturalist and outdoor enthusiast. His photo creations exemplify his love of capturing landscape beauty. Robert's images are available as print decor and stock photography and is also available for assignment. Visit Robert Body.Com for more information. See more of his Collection.

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