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Havasu Falls is a series of waterfalls located in the Havasupai Indian Reservation in Grand Canyon, Arizona, United States. The falls are fed by Havasu Creek and are famous for their bright turquoise blue water and stunning natural beauty.

Havasu Falls consists of three main waterfalls, each with their own pools that are perfect for swimming and lounging. The largest of the three falls, Havasu Falls, drops over 100 feet into a large turquoise blue pool surrounded by red rock cliffs. The other two falls, Mooney Falls and Beaver Falls, are smaller but no less breathtaking, and are also popular for swimming and picnicking.

Access to Havasu Falls requires a hike of approximately 10 miles from the trailhead, and overnight camping is permitted in the area. Camping and day-use permits are highly regulated and should be obtained in advance.

Visitors to Havasu Falls can expect a unique and unforgettable experience, surrounded by the stunning beauty of the falls and the surrounding red rock cliffs. The turquoise blue water and lush green vegetation make it a truly special and serene place to visit.