Hidden away in the Grand Canyon National Park is a little slice of heaven known as Havasu Falls. The falls look like a picture perfect paradise with a 90+ foot waterfall cascading down into a deep aqua blue plunge pool. Located within Havasupai tribal lands, the Havasupai people are known as the people of the blue green water after the beautiful colored water here. They are the traditional guardians of the Grand Canyon. If you want to go, it takes a bit of prior planning, with the hike being around 10 miles long each way. A good idea is to stay the night and nearby there is a campsite or the small village of Supai. Both do fill up so you will need to book in advance, particularly if you plan on going during summer. Another option is to take a tour, with Wildland Trekking offering excellent packages.