Havasu Falls is a stunning waterfall located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation in the Grand Canyon, known for its vibrant blue-green water that contrasts with the red rock of the canyon walls.
The hike to Havasu Falls is approximately 20 miles round trip and starting 2023, requires a campground or lodge permit from the Havasupai tribe to visit. You can also use a helicopter taxi ($85 per person) that is departing from the trailhead parking location on first come first serve basis.
The Havasu Canyon is a very popular destination and requires planning and booking in advance, but it is not impossible to get there as some might believe. Check out the links to detailed guides, AllTrails, and permit pages for more details. And good luck!