Casaroro Falls, Dumaguete City

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Waterfall
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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  • A very nice trip, but be careful 325 markets down and reassemble, so rather tiring. Get to the waterfall to take a steep path, pebbles + slippery rocks, so be very careful about the ankles, and injuries. Once we discover a magical place.
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  • The waterfall is located near the town of Valencia (9 km from Dumaguete City). Valencia can be easily accessible by jeepney. Their stop is near the market, which at the Negros-South Street, approximately 1 km south of San Jose Street towards Robinson at Independes. We drove 20 minutes for 12 pesos per person. In Valencia, not yet you disembark, we immediately attacked the drivers of tricycles, a man of 20, offering to drive to the falls. We asked waterfall + hot istochnikiRed Rock, they said it in different directions, so expensive. Eventually traded for 900 pesos in both places. Put us on 2 tricycle (there were three of us), we were surprised, but then realize why-the road goes uphill steeply and tricycle barely pulls. 20-minute ride to the waterfalls on the great concrete road. It is necessary to pay 10 pesos for entrance. Then descend the steep stairs to the mountain river, go along a narrow gorge, and climb on boulders, wading River three times. Previously there was a concrete bridge, but it has been destroyed and it do not recover. It is better to have shoes that don't need to shoot and where you can go on the water. There we have swum near the falls, the water is cold! Very beautiful waterfall is definitely worth a look. Steep stairs to go back much harder steps not thought but there is exactly 500.
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  • It's a nice waterfall you have to walk down stairs around 157 I don't remember exactly but after the path is between rocks and water then be ready to cross the river and not slipper! The waterfall is ...  more »
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  • Great waters 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.
  • Going there is a bit of a challenge especially the steps downhill but reaching the foot of the falls is so refreshing you'll forget being tired. Cemented pathways to the falls were destroyed by typhoon before. Still it is a great place for the adventurous.
  • Don't forget to bring your food and water! 😂 Warning: There is a downward trail that you need to walk before you reach the falls. You can no longer depend on your motorcycle or car. So, take your time and enjoy!
  • Once of the best places I've been so far. The trail was quite exhausting but getting to the falls is so cool. Just be ready for a long walk.
  • Really impressive waterfall towering over 30 m. If you go during the week you could have it all to yourself