This Secret is Hidden Deep in The Grand Canyon

 

The Grand Canyon in Arizona should be on everyone’s bucket list. If you have not seen this national park, call Rubinsohn Travel 215-886-5200 soon to schedule your visit! If you have seen it, you might want to go back as you might have missed one major sight – Havasupai Falls. Tucked away in the southwest corner of the Grand Canyon, Havasupai Falls has been recently popping up on social media. For years, the destination was known only to avid hikers. The natural landmark includes a 90-foot vertical cliff with blue-green water that hits against the rustic boulders below. It’s truly an amazing waterfall worth experiencing. But, there is only one condition – you have to hike for 10 miles to see this wonder. Visitors who wish to see the falling waters, typically set up a camp on the reservation before the long hike. The train may be traveled either by foot or horse.

The beautiful Havasupai is located in Havasu Canyon, now home to the Havasupai Indian Tribe. Visiting the sight is a privilege that was given to the public by the Havasupai Indian Reservation in 2017. There are limited campground spaces, so individuals who are planning on visiting the falls and hiking, are instructed to make reservations beforehand. Do not worry though, Rubinsohn Travel is here to plan all of your arrangements.

Once you have dealt with reservations and you have hiked your way over to the falls, you can relax by swimming in the blue-green water, or cliff jumping. The experience is unbelievable and everyone who has hiked to the Havasupai Falls before has said that without a doubt – the hike is worth the view.

Ready to be the one to tell your friends about this secret waterfall? You need to see it first! Call Rubinsohn Travel 215-886-5200 and get ready to fly to Arizona.