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Little Navajo Falls is a bit different than the other 2 falls in the area (Havasu and Mooney). They are easy to get to but the swimming is different. There are two fairly large falls with a series of pools in between. The upper falls is beautiful but doesn't have good swimming as it is a bit murky. The pools... 更多
See my review of the Havasupai Lodge for my trip summary, to include the hike in, where to eat, taking the helicopter out. This review will be for New Navajo Falls only. I will review the other falls independently. We did Havasu and New Navajo falls in one leisurely day, having hiked in to town the day prior. Our Havasupai... 更多
There are actually two waterfalls named Navajo Falls. There are the upper and the lower falls. Both of them are beautiful. The upper falls will be the first waterfall you see on your hike to the campground. You won't want to explore it then. You're going to want to get to camp, get setup, and rest your weary feet, but... 更多
After starting down the switchbacks toward Supai Village you come to these being the first set of falls before Havasu Falls and the campground. Take a minute to hop in and cool off or dive off of the waterfall and enjoy the thrill! Very fun and cool experience!
Absolutely breathtaking views. I would highly encourage everyone who is able to make this hike to do so. There are no words to describe the beauty of the five waterfalls located in the Supai area of the Grand Canyon. The carribean blue waters, cascading over the rad rock is truly a sight to behold. The only way to describe it... 更多
Although the first falls you get to, it is more beautiful than Havasupi and Mooney Falls. If you just stop at the first check point you will miss the most exciting parts. Hike back in a few feet and get to the hidden, main falls and swim this area. Safer and more relaxing than the other though beach areas are... 更多