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The Havasupai Reservation is located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. It is known around the world for its turquoise waters and waterfalls. (Photo/Adobe Stock)

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For the 2024 season, the Havasupai Tribal Tourism Office is introducing a pre-sale reservation system, allowing tourists to register in advance and purchase priority access to a limited number of permits.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News January 9, 2024
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President Joe Biden has approved a disaster declaration made by the Havasupai Tribe in northern Arizona, freeing up funds for flood damage as it prepares to re-open for tourists after nearly three years.

By Associated Press January 10, 2023
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The Havasupai Tribe announced Dec. 23 that it plans to reopen its tourism operations in 2023.

By Lake Havasu News-Herald January 3, 2023
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The Havasupai Tribe announced Friday that it plans to reopen its tourism operations in 2023.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News December 27, 2022
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The Havasupai Tribe deep in a gorge off the Grand Canyon in northern Arizona announced May 6 that it is extending the pandemic-prompted closure of its reservation through the 2022 tourism season.

May 6, 2022
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Havasupai Falls remains closed through June 1
Affected reservations to be rescheduled for 2023

All reservations dated after May 31, 2022 are not impacted at this time.

By Williams-Grand Canyon News January 18, 2022