I Survived Backpacking Havasupai Arizona

36.255° N, 112.698° W //

Trip Itinerary :  
a. Las Vegas Nevada
b. 4 hr Drive to Supai, Arizona
c. Havasupai Falls

First frontal view of Havasupai falls as you decend from the trail down. This waterfall is the closest falls from the campsite. Copyright . Hobo.Life

I learned that "Havasu" means blue-green water and "Pai" is people.  According to Wikipedia the Havasupai Tribe have lived in the Grand Canyon for at least 800 years. I'd settle here too now that I've been. I mean, why would anyone want to leave? The water is unbelievably turquoise. You're surrounded by epic waterfalls, lush green jungles, and towering orange canyons. I'm sure food off the land is plenty. I didn't hunt for my food so I dont know. The best part is its hidden deep into the desert, between the canyons, an oasis. It's vibrant, inspirational, and humbling. It's somewhere I want to be again.  

Photos from the trip, and a quick video for Instagram. Follow me on IG. Longer length video this weekend. 

One of the variou cactus's around spread around Havasupai Falls. Copyright Hobo.life
View from the mountain tops looking down onto beaver falls to the right. Copyright Hobo.life
The climb down towards Beaver Falls. Before crossing the ice blue river. Copyright Hobo.Life
Anna Sohee Lee observing the change in plants @ Havasupai Falls. Copyright Hobo.Life
Chau Tran climbing down the man built ladder in Havasuapi Falls Hike.
Hoang M Nguyen & Anna Sohee Lee hiking through cool blue streams to Beaver Falls in Havasupai Arizona . Copyright HoboLife
Hoang M Nguyen hiking through a corridor of wild grapes. Between tall Havasupai Canyons. Towards Beaver Falls. Copyright Hobo.Life
David Vu crossing a small stream in Havasuapi heading to Beaver Falls. Copyright Hobo.Life
Diane Ly gazing down to Beaver Falls. One of the beautiful waterfalls in Havasupai Reservations. 
Chau Tran & Diane Ly observing the Mooney Falls in Havasupai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
Anna Sohee Lee carefully walking towards beautiful Mooney Falls in Havasupai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
Diane Ly Descending down to Mooney Falls in Havasupai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
Hoang M Nguyen gazing down 200 ft from the top of Mooney Falls. One of the waterfalls at Havasupai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
Hoang M Nguyen Gazing down from Mooney Falls at Havasupai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
From the top of Mooney Falls looking onto the jungle towards Beaver Falls. One of the beautiful spots in Havasupai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
An incredible photograph of Anna Sohee Lee from the top of Mooney Falls in Havasupai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
Anna Sohee Lee Hiking into the Canyons at Havasupai Arizona.
Hoang M Nguyen reaching out into the dessert of Havaupai Arizona
Various lizards taken in Havasupai Arizona by Hoang M Nguyen. Copyright Hobo.Life
Hoang M Nguyen with friends hiking through Havasupai Arizona 
Anna Sohee Lee gazing into the distance at one of the swimming holes in Havasupai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
Anna Sohee Lee Modelling near Beaver Fall in Havasupai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
Anna Sohee Lee Modelling near Beaver Fall in Havasupai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
Hoang M Nguyen Looking over the Canyons at Havasuapi Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
David Vu gazing into the Canyons at Havasupai Falls Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
Tall canyons in Havasupai Falls Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
Havasupai Falls in Arizona Hobo Life
Anna Sohee Lee Crossing the river in Havasupai Falls Arizona
The view from the right side of Havasupai Falls in Supai Arizona. Copyright Hobo.Life
David Vu Looking down to Beaver Falls in Havasupai Arizona
Anna Sohee Lee facing cascading Falls in Havasupai Arizona