What visitors need to know


Waters rush between the glow of bright orange canyons, falling into a pool of turquoise that evokes images of a Caribbean island. That’s what visitors from around the world come to see at the iconic Havasu Falls in northern Arizona.

But the famous waterfalls on the Havasupai Indian Reservation have been off limits to visitors since March 2020, as the Havasupai Tribe closed the reservation and Supai Village to tourist access for the safety of the tribe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Good news: Starting in February, the tribe will welcome tourists again for the first time in nearly three years.

Visitation will remain limited to protect the land, and the tribe isn’t currently taking new reservations because it’s working to accommodate travelers who had reservations to come during the closure.

Here’s everything to know about Havasu Falls opening.

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