Havasu water falls are located somewhere in the middle of the huge cliffs and ridges of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. This waterfall is a part of the Havasupai Indian reservation and are part of the Havasu Creek, a tributary of the Colorado River.
Before 1910 water flowed along the whole cliff lining in multiple streams but due to some major floods the geography of the water fall has changed considerably and now water flows from just one point in a single stream.
Before 1910, this water fall was known as the Bridal Veil Fall.
The water fall is not very high and has an estimated height of 27-30 meters.
The high presence of Limestone and Magnesium in the waterfall’s reservoir gives the water a green-blue appearance.
Havasu waterfall is part of the Havasupai Indian Reservation.
“Havasupai” means people of “blue-green” waters.
It’s also a popular camping and swimming site for visitors and tourists.
The Havasupai reservation gets about 20000 visitors every year, and though the region has a lot of other places to visit , a lot of these visitors come just to catch a glimpse of this fantastic piece of nature and occasionally, also to take a dip in its blue-green waters.