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Overnight: Deluxe Havasu Base Camp
Hualapai (pronounced “Walapai”) Hilltop is perched on the edge of the Canyon and is the only land travel access to Havasupai. Starting at 5,200 feet, the trail begins with switchbacks until it reaches a dry streambed where it begins to level out. After a trailside lunch, descend deeper into the Canyon’s red sandstone labyrinth. At mile eight, the Canyon begins to widen and the vegetation turns lush as you enter the village of Supai, the most remote village in the U.S., where the mail still arrives by packhorse! Here at 3,200 feet, cottonwood-lined paths lead us through the village and into the Canyon’s backcountry. An easy two mile hike to our base camp takes us past a new 75-foot waterfall, 35-foot Rock Falls, and 100-foot Havasu Falls – swimming beneath each during your stay here is a must! At base camp, your guides will set up a backcountry kitchen and help you set up your oversized tent and plush sleeping pads before preparing dinner. After settling in, enjoy some free time to explore around camp on your own. Sleep under the stars or retire to your spacious tent for a restful night’s sleep.
About Deluxe Havasu Base Camp
A well-appointed Base Camp in the Grand Canyon, Deluxe Havasu Base Camp is situated near a 100-foot waterfall. Fully-provisioned and thoughtfully appointed, the camp is equipped with freshly laundered sleeping bags, camp chairs, a wash station and picnic tables. Imagine dining on a photo-worthy gourmet spread and being lulled to sleep by the sound of rushing water in a private roomy tent outfitted with an ultra-comfortable camp mat.