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Casaroro Falls, Dumaguete City
Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
Escape into the nature at Casaroro Falls. Take the steep stairs through the forest and turn the corner to see the hidden falls. Waters pour from a narrow ravine in the mountain 30 m (100 ft) above into a clear pool surrounded by lush vegetation. Once you arrive at the falls, take a break at this tropical oasis and rest on the rocks beside the stream. It's popular area, so expect crowds. Make Casaroro Falls a centerpiece of your Dumaguete City vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Dumaguete City trip builder.
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Charles Angelo S
The track is very tiring. You will see a lot or huge rocks and you really need to have a tour guide that knows what lane should you choose.
The trek was worth the effort, sore leg and exhaustion. You need to trek with the boulders and waters. You go down with stairways for 335 steps. How to get there: From dumaguete (baywalk) we hire tric... read more »
It is a long trek down to the waters, but it is worth the effort. A must visit for the adventure seekers!
Im looking for best tourist spot where i can relax, just around Negros Oriental, Im planning to have my vacation on March 2017,,, vacation is to relax and enjoy especially if you are in the environment where even grooming myself i can't even do it, cause of all busiest in work and has lot of appointment to attend.. I know every body can understand this but living in a place where every body is busy plus the minus temperature every winter, got sometimes need a space to breath. Thats why cool place in Negros wait for me, cause iI definitely to see you!
It was my first falls experience and Casaroro Falls never failed me. The grandiose view of the 30m fall was awesome! Going there: As per our tour guide, Casaroro falls' drop off point is about 7kms from Valencia. From the drop off you have to walk through a 350 steps stair going down and about 15min walk through a rocky river (since it was destroyed by a typhoon). Going down is easy but going back up to the drop off will leave you catching your breath and sweat a lot.
An enchanting 100 ft waterfalls in the middle of the forest. A must visit.
PSC Paul Vinson C Go
Going there is very rocky and slippery with no road since it was destroyed. The waterfalls isn't that grand, just an ordinary waterfall. I have seen much better falls without the 30 minutes trekking.
Never reached the place. Very bad and broken track.
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