Notes for Future Travelers
Because Havasu Falls is in such a remote location and fairly difficult to get to, preparation is key when planning a visit. These are a few tips that I followed on my trip or learned along the way.
-There are no day trips to the falls allowed; be prepared to spend at least one night in the campgrounds.
-Ideally you should come with a tent (a four-season tent is best in the event of rain) and other necessary camping gear.
-However, pack as lightly as possible! We definitely overpacked and it weighed us down when we trekked back to the village.
-There is little to no cell phone reception, so be sure to have all the information you need stored elsewhere.