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Casaroro Falls

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Address: Valencia, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines

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Beautiful, Tall, Majestic

I fell in love with this waterfall. From then on, I went chasing waterfalls... Took a jeepney from Dumaguete terminal to Valencia and got a tricycle to take us around (casaroro... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Joanna M
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I fell in love with this waterfall. From then on, I went chasing waterfalls... Took a jeepney from Dumaguete terminal to Valencia and got a tricycle to take us around (casaroro falls, pulangbato falls, sulfur mountain, spring) We paid 1,000 for the half day trip including payment for the driver as a guide. I suggest that you should get a... More 

Thank Joanna M
Richmond Hill, Ontario
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

You can easily access this location by hiring a motor-tricycle whirling around the city. Just make sure you negotiate the price ahead of time inclusive of all fuel, entry fees, water etc, and whether the ride is per person or for the group. One more tip, make sure the driver guarantee that they can take you up the steep slope... More 

Thank olgsolgs
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The pictures of this waterfall really don't do it justice. You have to walk a bit and cross the river a few times to reach the waterfall but once you do it is huge and really beautiful with the surrounding green foliage. I did not have the chance to swim when I visited as it had just rained and the... More 

Thank Romée M
Metro Manila, Philippines
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is a nice place. You can swim there. Something to do in Siquijor. You can visit the falls in a tour guide and to visit the millenial tree. They have a fish spa there. Very funny.

Zurich, Switzerland
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

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 really nice and it's worthy to do all the walk like and adventure!

Thank Celia A
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We came from Dumaguete City by bike. You can go on a good road to parking place next to the starting point to falls. How easy. There are more than 300 stairs down, after that you will have to go 1 km in a river and you have to cross the river many times. It is a little bit adventure,... More 

Thank Miroslav P
Reims, France
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The steps up and down ( 336 ) can be a bit slippery but they are not that bad. When you reach the bottom the falls are only 300 meters away but the path gets tricky. If you don't feel at ease walking on rocks and crossing rivers it can be tough. You will need to cross the river twice... More 

Thank Olivier_Le_H
Binangonan, Philippines
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Habal-habal ride to where trekking commences, knee-jerking descent upon concrete stairs (and back up), a couple of river crossings and climbing over large boulders and ruins of destroyed footpaths — all that anyone seeking a glimpse of Casaroro Falls has to undertake. But one thing's for sure, Casaroro is worth all the trouble. Nestled in a verdant jungle in the... More 

Thank DJ R
Manila, Philippines
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13 reviews
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I love waterfalls and I've been to many waterfalls, but this one is huge and beautiful! The trek going here is kinda not easy for those who have no experience or for those who are not fit enough. You have to go down a total of 335 steps of paved stairs, passed through several huge rocks, and three river crossings... More 

Thank marvie_lous
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Casaroro Falls is a beautiful waterfall in the town of Valencia, but getting here is a bit of an adventure. From Dumaguete you take a jeepney to Valencia, where you can then hire a tricycle or habal habal to take you to the entry to Casaroro Falls. The driver can even be your guide to the waterfalls as it does... More 

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