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If you look at this village as a "remote Indian reservation", I would say its exactly what I expected. I suspected it was going to be rough just parking at the Haulapai Hilltop. The area where villagers cars were parked (assuming) had slashed tired and broken out windows. I did not ever hear of any issues with tourists vehicles, but... 更多
There are no words to describe the heartbreak I felt for the pack animals carrying gear in and out if this village. It's time for an intervention regardless of the villagers' sovereignty. If you are planning a visit to the beautiful falls, please pack so you can carry your own gear. It is not nearly as difficult a hike as... 更多
I really got bad vibes and energy off the Natives. I don't think they like tourist. Be aware of the children i caught 3 trying to take stuff out of my backpack. That blew me away.
The village is dirty and unkept, locals are rude and irritated by tourists. The animal abuse is so horrible that I will never return ever again. Don't go!!!!!
It's apparent the Tribe doesn't take pride in their village. Their homes are in disrepair, they have litter throughout their yards, and no effort to garden or maintain a nice place to live. Unaltered dogs run free to rummage through the cafe's garbage bins and pee on your stuff and poop in front of you. Many of the horses are... 更多
We were here just to spend the night after a long hike, not to meet new friends. You would think they would be more friendly because this is their livelihood. The cafe's hours are whatever they feel like that day so make sure you ask them when they are serving their last meal which on the day we were they... 更多
Of our 9 days of hiking different areas of Arizona, Supai Village stands out the most. This little village has many hidden gems, the hike down was beautiful, very peaceful. Havasu Falls, Little Navajo Falls, Mooney Falls were amazing to see. We had read reviews about emaciated animals. We saw NOTHING of the sort. The dogs, horses, and mules were... 更多
The Havasu Canyon is incredible. Fabulous waterfalls and pools. The Supai Indian village is pathetic. No charm whatsoever. Worse customer service. The "lodge" is a motel without amenities. The food is lousy. Bring your own instant coffee and stove if you want to leave early to hike out. No food service before 7 am. And no dinner served after 6:15... 更多
I took my two children, a 14yr old boy and an 11yr old girl, on a 4-day AOA-guided trip to Havasupai Falls. We hiked in 10mi and slept in tents. I think it was our best trip ever, we all loved it. Photographs can't do it justice. It should be on everyone's bucket list. The weather was a little cold... 更多
10 mile hike through the dessert with minimal evidence of human activity. Beautiful sandstone rock formations. The folks in the village are very friendly and welcoming. It is a dry reserve so no alcohol. The hike to the several waterfalls is worth taking at least 2-3 days to take it all in.