About 2 miles before the Village you will come to a narrow spot in the canyon. Most times of the year a trickle of water will be at this location. There is a “seep” on the left canyon wall (left facing down-hill)
The trail will cross from the canyon left to the canyon right and the path will drop quickly downhill for several hundred feet. At the bottom of the incline you will be walking in some larger than usual stones. Round river stone type rocks.
The canyon will widen out and actually be a a large “Y”. A branch side canyon meeting up on your left. Up that branch some distance (off limits) is Havasu Springs and the source of Havasu Creek.
At this point there is normally some type of sign pointing the way to Supai. At this canyon intersection you are about 2 hiking miles from Supai.