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The thundering Havasu Falls is located on the lands of the Havasupai people in the Western expanse of the Grand Canyon in Northern Arizona. To reach these 37 meter chutes, hikers must complete the 15 kilometer trek from the canyon rim and obtain the consent of the Havasupai tribe. The brilliant turquoise waters (caused by high levels of calcium carbonate) are enough to forget about your sore feet, but to truly experience the incredible creek and its succession of amazing falls, you must not hesitate to dive in.

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