we’re goin’ in!

and assuming all has gone to plan, this is where we are right now… Havasu Falls, located 1.5 miles outside of Havasupai Indian Village at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
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About Havasu Falls: a torrent of water streams across the sunburnt rock face of the Grand Canyon’s south rim, collecting in a pool 100-feet below. The water, so turquoise it looks like it’s on loan from the Carribean, stays about 72-degrees year round and is perfect for lazy floating and cliff jumping. And since there are only two ways to get in: hike or helicoper, you don’t have to fight crowds making it the best swimming hole ever.

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