In the United States there are very few places, where you can fully enjoy the serene setting. One of these places is the village of Supai situated in Arizona, in the territory of the Grand Canyon. About 200 people reside in this settlement. You can get there via narrow mountain trails by foot or riding a mule. This amazing village is one of the few places in the country, where cars have never been riding. Many researchers prefer to travel to remote mountain areas by helicopter.
Comparing to the small towns of the country, Supai is so far from big cities, that it managed to preserve its unique primeval environment. The main threat for the locals are harsh weather conditions. The last time, almost all the local settlers were evacuated in 2008. That year, a record amount of rainfall fell in a very short time. The valley, where Supai Village is situated, was almost completely inundated.
Only one year later, local residents were able to return to their homes that had to be rebuilt. However, none of them wanted to leave their hometown. In recent years. attention of tourists to the tiny mountain village increased significantly. Researchers and ordinary folks who are just tired from the urban rhythm of life like to visit these sites. Near the village there is a national park. There are several campsites, where everyone can spend a couple of days. Next - Lukomir Village
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Parking: 'Havasu fall parking' in 8 km
Police station: 'BIA Police Departnent, Supia Field Office' in 0.19 km
Cafe/restaurant: 'The Havasupai Tribal Cafe' in 0.17 km
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