This falls is a remarkable waterfall in the Havasupai Indian Reservation in Arizona, USA, within the Grand Canyon National Park. Deep blue water, contrasted with striking red rocks, provides the canyon with ethereal beauty. A wide sandy beach and a plethora of shady cottonwood trees create the perfect spot for relaxation. The Havasupai tribe, who look after the reservation, have an intimate connection with the water and land. The water is said to flow not only over the land but through every member of the tribe.
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