Supai Village Supai Village is the tribal home of the Havasupai people, and it is the only continuously occupied settlement in the Grand Canyon.The village is 8 miles from the trailhead at Haulapai Hilltop. Accommodations include a lodge and a cafeteria.There is a post office, school, general store, and police station. There are no roads down to Supai, and everything is either carried down by pack mules or via helicopter. Provisions are sparse, so don't plan on stocking up on gear and food for your trip here. Camping Office All visitors are required to check in here, unless staying at the lodge. The office is on the left side of the trail. Lodge The lodge is a quick two mile hike from Havasu Falls. The rooms are simple with no telephones or televisions. There are two double beds, a private bath and AC. All rooms are non-smoking. Village Café Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. The rates are very reasonable. Cash, credit and debit cards accepted. General Store / Trading Post There are one or two stores open depending on the day. They carry basic food items such as fruits, vegetables, meat and bread. Cash, credit and debit cards accepted.
Post Office This is the only pack train mail in the US!Mail sent from here will say so. All postal supplies including stamps and envelopes are available.
Tribal Terms and Conditions Alchohol, illegal drugs, firearms and pets are prohibited on the reservation. All trash must be packed out. Please respect the tribal home of the Havasupai people and abide by their tribal laws.