Havasu Creek (Havasupai)
in the Grand Canyon, Arizona

Geologically speaking, Havasu Creek (aka "Havasupai") is a tributary of the
Grand Canyon. Politically, however, it's not part of the National Park because
it's located on the Havasupai Indian Reservation. Havasu Creek and Havasu
Canyon include, among many other places, Navajo Falls, Havasu Falls and
Mooney Falls. The Native American
village of Supai is at the bottom of Havasu
Canyon as well. Havasu Creek is also world-famous for its water, which in the
right light in the right place appears blue. Yes, that's completely natural.
No colors were changed in Photoshop. In fact, the name
Havasupai means "People of the blue-green water."


Havasu Canyon





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