If you are planning a trip to see Havasu Falls, you will need to get Havasupai camping reservations and hiking permits. The only way to get a permit is to call the Havasupai Tourism Office over the phone. They are very busy and sometimes it can be difficult to get through. Have patience and call often. Havasupai is a very popular place to visit and reservations can sell out early in the season. Reservations for each year are available starting in January of that year. It is best to plan well ahead. NOTE: THIS WEBSITE IS NOT AN OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE HAVASUPAI TRIBE NOR IS IT AFFILIATED WITH THE TRIBE.
***If you hike into the canyon without a reservation and permits, you will likely be turned away or at best charged twice the amount of the regular price. This is also true for people who try to day hike into the canyon to see the waterfalls. ***
TRIBE CONTACT DETAILS
- Havasupai Tourism Office – (928) 448-2121
- Tourism Office email – email@example.com
- Havasu Falls Lodge – (928) 448-2111
- Lodge email – firstname.lastname@example.org
HAVASUPAI CAMPGROUND RESERVATIONS & PERMITS:
For 2017, the Havasupai tribe is now taking online bookings. Visit their website for more info: http://theofficialhavasupaitribe.com/. You can also make reservations over the phone at (928) 448-2121. Havasupai camping permits often sell out for the entire season within the first 2 or 3 months of the year. Plan ahead and call often, the tourism office is often very busy and it can be difficult to get through.
You can also email email@example.com.
**ALL PRICING IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT WARNING**
2017 CAMPING COSTS:
- Camping permit – $25/person, per night
- Environmental fee – $10/person
- Entrance fee – $50/person
*10% tax, credit card preferred
New Policies – 2017
For 2017, the Havasupai tribe has changed how they are managing reservations and accepting payment. See below.
- Payment is due in full when you make your reservation over the phone.
- Only one credit card per reservation.
- There will be no refunds in the event of a cancellation.
- The tribe will not allow you to transfer permits to another person.
HAVASUPAI LODGE RESERVATIONS:
The Havasupai lodge is the only hotel in the canyon. To make reservations call (928) 448-2111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. When hiking in, you can go past the Tourism Office and straight to Havasupai Lodge if you have made an advance reservation (required). The canyon entry fee will be collected upon check-in.
2017 LODGE COSTS:
***These prices may change for 2017 but haven’t been announced by the tribe.***
- Up to 4 people/room – $145/night
- Deposit – $40/room/night
- Entrance fee- $50/person
*Subject to 10% tax, credit card preferred
If you need to cancel your lodge reservations in Supai, make sure you do so at least 2 weeks before your arrival date to receive full refunds.
GUIDED TRIPS TO HAVASUPAI (PERMITS INCLUDED):
Hiking to Havasupai with an outfitter will make all of your planning simpler, most importantly they take care of the whole process of getting Havasupai camping permits for you. All reputable outfitters include camping permits within the price of the trip. Other inclusions such as food, gear, or transportation to the canyon will vary from one outfitter to the next. There are many guided trip options to choose from, some are more suitable to travelers who like a quick (strenuous!) and budget-friendly experience, others are more all-inclusive.
RECOMMENDED HAVASUPAI OUTFITTERS
NOTE: THIS WEBSITE IS NOT AN OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF THE HAVASUPAI TRIBE NOR IS IT AFFILIATED WITH THE TRIBE. IT IS ONLY INTENDED TO PROVIDE USEFUL INFO TO THOSE PLANNING A TRIP TO HAVASU CANYON.