From Hualapai Hilltop, a short descent will bring you to the floor of a beautiful Red Sandstone canyon, which will lead you to Havasu Creek and on to Supai Village. Supai Village is where the Havasupai Indians live, and is located 2 miles from the campground at the base of Havasu Falls. Once you reach base camp, you can get set up your for a peaceful night of camping next to Havasu Creek. Below Havasu Falls is Mooney Falls, which is the tallest waterfall, and Beaver Falls which is the most isolated. Most trips to Havasu Falls are 3 days, which gives you an extra day to explore the waterfalls and side hikes this amazing canyon offers. If you want to learn more about planning a trip to Havasu Falls, check out havasu-falls.com a great site all about visiting Havasupai.