Take Over to Havasu Falls, AZ
This weekend I’m taking over Strange Bikinis to share all about my trip to Havasu Falls, Arizona.
Havasu Falls has been on my bucket list for almost five years. I vividly remember
sitting in a college theatre class feverishly looking up photos of the desert oasis on my laptop — the teal pools, the tall canyon walls, the endless pouring water. An actual dream.
I saw the pictures and was instantly set on going. Unfortunately, going is much harder than it appears on Instagram.
Havasu Falls — usually mistakenly called Havasupai Falls — is quite literally one of the most difficult places to get to.
The process requires permits, flying, driving, more driving, hiking, and hiking some more. Even with the work it took to get there, this adventure was one of my absolute favorites.
Here’s everything you need to know about going to Havasu Falls (and Mooney Falls) (and Beaver Falls) via Supai, Arizona! Words and photos don’t do the magic of this place justice, but I’ll do my best…
Check out my travel guide
where I talk white privilege, getting a permit, my packing list, hungry squirrels, and cliff-jumping.
Follow along on Instagram stories to see why Havasu Falls should be on your bucket list.
Also in What's New
If you have never owned a bandeau bathing suit, this may be the year for you to try sporting one while soaking in the summer sun. There are several reasons to consider the bandeau. Check it Out
Many of today’s garments use synthetic materials that are chemically produced and non-biodegradable, even though they are recyclable. While recycling is one way to prolong the lifecycle of the fabric and delay its entry to a landfill, recycling still involves the use of chemicals, dyes, and processes that are not environmentally friendly. Check it Out