The US state that is incorrectly paired with its landmark is Hawaii: Havasupai Falls. Havasupai Falls is a waterfall of Havasu Creek. It is located in the Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA. It is directly found within Havasupai tribal lands. The falls are about 5 miles from the village of Supai (or about 3 miles from Mooney Falls). They can be the most difficult falls in the area to access.

Havasupai Falls is the most famous of the aqua-blue waterfalls in that part of the US. They are enjoyed because they spill over deep-orange, travertine cliffs in a desert oasis of stunning beauty. The stark contrast between the arid desert landscape of the Havasu Canyon and the lush vegetation near the water is a juxtaposition of the harsh desert and a sumptuous tropical paradise.

The five Havasupai Falls include Navajo Falls, Fifty Foot Falls, Havasu Falls, Mooney Falls, and Beaver Falls. All are located on the Havasupai Indian reservation in a side canyon of the Grand Canyon. The waterfalls of the Grand Canyon are like no other in the world, and visiting them is considered an opportunity of a lifetime.

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