Casaroro Falls, Dumaguete City

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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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The welcoming university town of Dumaguete has a number of accommodations to suit its many visitors, primarily located close to the sea. In the built-up waterfront area, luxury hotels form a major part of the modern commercial and entertainment developments, with coastal views and good access to the most upmarket eateries and watering holes. Look inland for plenty of guesthouses and rental accommodations in the student-heavy residential areas; here, these budget-friendly lodgings will still put you pretty close to the waterfront attractions.
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  • The trip going to the falls is very hard since You have hike all the way down the falls and its road are slippery but its worth it when you reach the falls  more »
  • A wonderful place to visit - the waterfall is very powerful and the water is a bit cold... not that you mind as all the steps to it make you very warm!! There is a small degree of 'scrambling' require...  more »
  • I really love this falls! The stairs is a very tough walk but the falls is just amazing because of its ice-cold water! One of my favorites really!  more »
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  • Great volume of water falling from the falls will make feel little as you stand in awe. A good 300+ steps going the trail will keep you excited as you go along, there is a minimal fee of Php10 when you visit the place and may opt to ask your habalhabal driver to be your guide or you can go on your own just remember to follow the boulders to your right as you hit ground level after the stairs.
  • Definitely worth it, the trail was a bit dangerous with all those big boulder of rocks but once you've reach the falls, all you can say is, "It's so gorgeous". Just be more careful as the rocks were too slippery. Take care and happy travelling.
  • Amazing Falls.. If you can make it. A very dangerous and difficult trek to get to the falls...
  • 1-hour motor ride from Dumaguete, 375 steps down, and roughly 2km trek's totally worth after seeing this 100-foot falls of the rugged Valencia mountains, the hughest falls i've seen yet.
  • Worth the effort! Casaroro Falls is located in Valencia roughly 10 km from Dumaguete. It’s considered to be the most photographed waterfall in the entire Negros province. To get there, take a jeepney from Dumaguete to Valencia Plaza, it takes 20-30 minutes depending on the traffic. The fare is 12 PHP per person. At Valencia Plaza take a Habal Habal up to Casaroro falls. Ask the driver to wait for you. The fare should be around 200 PHP per person and back and forth. Always try to negotiate. Travel time is around 20 minutes. From the drop off point you need to hike. There will be steep stairs going down at first, it’s said to be 350 steps. I haven’t counted them but it might be true. Additional hike is required after the stairs. Be prepared for wet feet and to stumble around among slippery rocks. Depending on your fitness level the hiking time to the falls would be from 15 minutes and plus. The waterfall is mighty, beautiful and really worth the effort.