Havasu Creek, Arizona.
Havasupai are an American Indian tribe that has called the Grand Canyon its home for at least the past 800 years. Located primarily in an area known as Cataract Canyon, this Yuman-speaking population once laid claim to a land reservation the size of Delaware. As a means of surviving and flourishing in the modern economy the tribe has turned its land, which consists of richly colored waters and awe-inspiringwaterfalls - like the Havasu Falls, the second waterfall in the canyon - into a bustling tourist hub that attracts thousands of people every year. Additionally, they lend their name to Havasu Creek and the Havasupai Trail.