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Arizona’s Havasupai Falls, so popular that reservations nearly sell out on the first day they become available each year, will be closed to visitors in response to the new coronavirus pandemic.
The Havasupai Tribal Council said it would temporarily suspend hiking and tourism to the canyon in a remote part of northwestern Arizona.
Havasupai Falls will be closed to visitors March 16-April 14, according to an email from the tribe’s publicist, Abbie Fink.
“The health and safety of the many tourists who visit as well as our tribal members, employees and consultants is very important to us,” Chairwoman Eva Kissoon said in the email sent March 14. “The Tribal Council considered many options and determined that temporarily closing Supai to tourists at this time was the best decision.”
The tribe said no cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Supai.
Visitors who are already in Supai, the village near the falls, will be allowed to remain through Monday, March 16. All tourists will be required to leave the canyon that day.
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