Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department
Payment and Refund Policy
The Havasupai Indian Reservation, located within the Grand Canyon, is home to beautiful blue-green waterfalls. People travel from across the world to Supai, Arizona to experience these waterfalls. As such, it is often very difficult to make reservations for the limited spots available each year. The Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department works diligently to accommodate as many people as possible per year. All individuals entering Supai, Arizona are required to have a reservation. Understand that visiting the Havasupai Indian Reservation is a privilege given by the people of the Havasupai Indian Reservation!
Reservations must be made prior to visiting either by calling the Tourist Office at (928) 448-2121 or through our new Havasupai Online Reservation System at https://www.havasupaireservations.com. If you choose to make your reservations via telephone, phone lines may be busy due to high volume of callers so please be patient. The Tribe will deny access to any individual who does not have a valid reservation to enter. This means that you will have to hike the 8 miles back to Hilltop if you entered without first obtaining a valid reservation. Each individual included on an existing reservation must be listed on the entrance permit upon arrival at the Tourist Office.
The Havasupai Reservation is federal trust land. Trespassing is a violation of Tribal and Federal Law, and is punishable thereunder both civilly and criminally. Entrance upon the Reservation constitutes consent to the civil jurisdiction of the Havasupai Tribe.
The Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department has set the following 2018 fees, per individual, for access to the Havasupai Indian Reservation (“Reservation”) and the several waterfalls located within the Reservation.
There is a maximum of 4 Days / 3 Nights per reservation.
You are welcome to make multiple back-to-back reservations to extend your stay if those dates are still available.
Pricing for 2018 is as follows and includes all necessary permits, fees, and taxes:
One Person, 2 Days / 1 Night: $140.56
One Person, 3 Days / 2 Nights: $171.11
One Person, 4 Days / 3 Nights: $201.67
Weekend nights (Friday, Saturday, Sunday), Holiday weekday nights (February 19, May 28, July 4, September 3, October 8), and Spring Break weekday nights (March 5-8 and 19-22) are an additional $18.33 per night.
Resevation Amendment Fee: $100.00 (altering any reservations)
Packing fee: $120.00+10% tax= $132.00 (per animal, one-way)
2-Mile Pack Fee: $85.00 + tax = $93.50 (per animal, one-way)
Native Americans that provide a CIB or Tribal membership card will be allowed free admission with a reservation
No day hikes are allowed! (Day trips)
In the unforeseen event that a tourist needs emergency vehicular transportation, the Tribe shall apply a fee of $550.00.
$1,000.00 Cliff diving/jumping
$1,000.00 Littering (including leaving trash or other items at your campsite)
$1,000.00 Possession of Alcohol/Drugs
$1,000.00 For flying drones. (The Havasupai Reservation is a no fly zone. Drones will be confiscated).
Possession, distribution, or consumption of alcohol on the Reservation is a Tribal and federal crime, punishable by up to one year of imprisonment. 18 U.S.C. §§ 1154 and 1156.)
Optional fees not paid to the Tourism Department:
The Havasupai Lodge – The Havasupai Tribe operates the Havasupai Lodge in Supai. Rooms have two double beds and a full bathroom. Space is limited and reservations are taken on a first come, first served basis. Please call (928)448-2111 (or 2201) for rates and availability.
Payment for all the fees will be collected at the time the reservation is made. The Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department accepts cash, Visa and Mastercard credit cards only. No personal checks will be accepted. Payment must be made for every individual listed in the reservation group. For example: if one individual reserves ten spots, then that individual must pay all the fees for ten individuals at the time the reservation is made. Upon arrival at the Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department in Supai, on the permit start date, the individual whose name is on the reservation must provide an ID to retrieve Entrance Permit.
Changes in Reservations/Cancellations:
Please contact the Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department as soon as possible to notify the department of any changes to a reservation. The Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department will do its best to accommodate changes in dates but cannot guarantee that space will be available on other dates. Any reservation amendment or changes will be assessed a fee of $100.00 for each change or for altering any reservations.
Although not anticipated or likely, circumstances may arise that result in the closure of the Havasupai Indian Reservation to tourists. The Havasupai Tourism Department will do its best to post closures on its websites (theofficialhavasupaitribe.com) as promptly as possible. The Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department will also attempt to reschedule the reservations originally scheduled during times of closure. However, due to the high demand for reservations, the Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department cannot guarantee that all reservations will be rescheduled to desired dates. If such closures occur that result in the cancellation of reservations, the Havasupai Tribe will not be responsible for expenses related to a planned trip to Supai, including but not limited to, required fees paid to the Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department, transportation costs, clothing, equipment, medical expenses, hotel reservations, food and helicopter fees.
The Havasupai Tribal Tourism Department is unable to grant refunds of any payments collected at the time the reservation is made. All payments made at the time of the reservation are final and non-refundable.
Welcome to the Official Havasupai Tribe website!
2018 Reservations will be available at HavasupaiReservations.com on February 1, 2018 8:00 AM.
Please note the campground will be closed for the months of December 2018 and January 2019.