After being closed for almost three years, Arizona’s Havasupai Falls will reopen to visitors in February. According to the Havasupai Tribe, northern Arizona falls, which are located on the Havasupai territory, will reopen to current permit holders on February 1.
Since they were initially closed in 2020 to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the falls have remained off-limits to tourists.
According to the tribe’s official tourism Facebook page, only those who were touched by the COVID-19-related closure will be able to make a reservation for 2023. Then, in February 2024, reservations for 2024 will become available.
Several bridges and pathways were ruined by the region’s heavy flooding months before the opening, but the tribe insisted that it was prepared to welcome guests.
Closing the reserve was the most effective approach to maintain the safety and health of our community because there was little access to quality healthcare.
Since then, we have continued to be off-limits to tourists. In addition to blooming flora and fauna and fresh waterfall flows, the trails where the flood broke through may still have some felled trees.
It’s a wonderful time to travel, and we look forward to welcoming visitors back to our stunning Reservation beginning on February 1, 2023, for those who currently hold a permit.
Travelers who want to go this year but don’t already have a permit might try to buy a reservation from a transfer list. People can accomplish this by creating an account on the official website, after which they can check for openings every day at 8 a.m. local time.
One of the most stunning waterfalls in the world, the falls have red rocks and a blue-green lake. The tribe stated earlier this month that the stunning turquoise pool is still as blue as ever, even though the October rains altered the water flow over the falls.