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"God created the Grand Canyon, but he lives in Sedona."

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When In Sedona Take A Day Trip To Havasu Falls

When in Sedona you can always take a day trip to Havasu falls. It's about a 3 hour drive from Sedona but it is well worth the drive. It is actually part of the Grand Canyon. There are three main falls in the Havasu Canyon: Havasu Falls, Mooney Falls and Navajo Falls. They all each have their own special features and each one is well worth the hike (or helicopter fee) to see. Havasu Falls are the second falls you come to and is just above the camping area in the canyon. Havasu Falls have an amazing blusih tint to the water. The pictures you see with the blue tint are not color enhanced, it is actually that color. Mooney falls are the tallest of the 3 at over 200 feet and the hike down is a little dangerous and a lot of fun. There is a $20 entrance free since the falls is located on an Indian Reservation.

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