- January 6, 2016
- in Green Tips
- by marcos
We all know the Grand Canyon is awe-inspiring, but the hidden waterfalls and romantic oases that lie within are an adventure traveler’s dream.
In the short video below, world travelers Kyle Quin Schrock and Coral Anne explore the amazing Havasupai Falls near Supai, Arizona, and in just a few seconds, they uncover all the adventure and romance that hides in the canyon’s wondrous depths:
Havasupai Falls , Arizona © Kyle Quin Shcrock © Coral Anne
Posted by World Nature on Monday, January 4, 2016
Known as the “Garden of Eden in the desert,” Havasupai Falls boasts impossibly neon waters and island-like charm. And, like most wild and beautiful places, it’s not exactly easy to get to.
The falls are located just outside the boundary of Grand Canyon National Park, where the Havasupai Tribe administers the land. Some areas of the surrounding canyons are off-limits to the public, due to ongoing repairs or unstable ground conditions.
Still, some adventurers endure the 20-mile roundtrip hike with little protection from the sun. Others, however, opt for helicopter or horse transportation, which sound just as adventurous to us.
However you choose to get there, the reward is worth it:
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