Havasu Falls Hike – Basic Prep for Safety

Havasu Falls Hike – Basic Prep for Safety The Havasu Falls hike is a popular activity among individuals traveling to the Grand Canyon. Hidden deep within the national park, the Havasu waterfall is an intensely beautiful wonder that is marked by bluish-green waters and amazing geological formations. To embark... Read More >

Havasu Falls and the Havasu Indian Tribe

Havasu Falls and the Havasu Indian Tribe Havasu Falls and the Havasu Indian Tribe Havasu Falls and the Havasu Indian Tribe (also referred to as the “Havasupai Tribe”) are two very important elements to the National Grand Canyon. These two Grand Canyon attractions are located at Supai Village, which is... Read More >

Must-See Waterfalls around the Grand Canyon – Part 1

Must-See Waterfalls around the Grand Canyon – Part 1 There are very few locations in the world that are more instantly recognizable as the Grand Canyon. None other speaks in a fuller way to the nationalism of the United States as the Grand Canyon. In the year 1903, the President, Teddy Roosevelt stood on the South Rim... Read More >

Hualapai Village – The Highlight of Grand Canyon West

Hualapai Village – The Highlight of Grand Canyon West The Hualapai Village (Wal-lah-pie) is an exceptionally large region situated in the western region of the Grand Canyon. If you are planning a visit to the area and have a true passion for nature, history, and cultures, you absolutely should schedule some time in and... Read More >

Top 3 Free Must-See Points in the Grand Canyon

Top 3 Free Must-See Points in the Grand Canyon If you are traveling to the Grand Canyon, you will be faced with a multitude of activities, experiences, and sights. This natural wonder is 277 miles long, and 18 miles wide, and a mile deep! That is a very large expanse of land to explore! Your personal interests,... Read More >