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Difficult path to the waterfall

Long bike ride from city but good signage along the way. Once there, a long flight of stairs... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Singapore, Singapore

First time to visit dumaguete part.we are excited to see these falls. It's having fun and tired... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Negros Island, Philippines
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“steep stairs”(6 reviews)
“flash flood”(4 reviews)
Valencia, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines
Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 20 October 2016

I have visited this area of the Philippines many times and have often heard of Casaroro Falls. With some (much younger) friends I, age 65, drove up to the site. There appears to be some construction at the parking area going, although there were no...More

8  Thank CaptGTK
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 24 August 2015

Not worth it. The trek is easy going down since they have stairs. But when I reached the end of the stairs, all I see is river. There's no Casaroro falls yet. You need to walk further which I do not suggest since the trail...More

5  Thank LoveMissRoan
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Reviewed yesterday

Long bike ride from city but good signage along the way. Once there, a long flight of stairs. Slippery path with moss on the concrete. At the river, a long walk to the water fall. The proper path has been destroyed during typhoons long ago....More

Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

First time to visit dumaguete part.we are excited to see these falls. It's having fun and tired.... We go early without bringing water. Walking 100plus steps before to seeing the falls.

1  Thank hoped469
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

700 steps back in fort and it's all worth it. This 75M waterfall is amazingly beautiful😍..we had 3 days legs soaring but my Don a 5 years old had lots of fun.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I loved this waterfall. I came to Dumaguete specifically to see it, even though technically it’s in the city of Valencia. I must warn you, though—it is very difficult to reach. The distance is not the issue but the path. After taking an easy flight...More

Thank matthewrafat
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The falls are spectacular. Very high and narrow flow into an amazingly deep rock pool. I neede a guide and he was so helpful to assist me with the river crossings over the wet rocks, beware there are 385 steps to go down before heading...More

Thank Passport650429
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If youre looking for a good 1-2 hour activity that involves sweating, instincts and a refreshing atmosphere, Casaroro Falls is perfect for you. Come prepared and well rested if you want to make it all the way to the Falls. There will be a lot...More

Thank UmbebeL
Reviewed 2 October 2018

Well worth a visit and a great place to cool off, or take a pic nic, just a short trip from the main city make it easy to access.

1  Thank Andy F
Reviewed 1 October 2018

Beautiful falls that require a short trek along the river and among huge boulders. Might be challenging on the way back because it's a pretty steep climb. We stopped by at 6am just before starting our trek to Mt. Talinis, and had the place to...More

Thank Katja S
Reviewed 30 September 2018

it was great overall , a fellow freind from dumaguete told me about dumagueteno.com and when i contacted told them about my solo trip they aided me making my trip to surely happen and safetrip would like to do it again next summer :)

Thank Ijaz A
Reviewed 31 August 2018 via mobile

You have to walk through cemented and iron stairs and its very steep, 300 steps. Then afterwards, a very light rocky path. After a 30-45 mins you'll see this beauty. Splashing cold water. Majestic ! Entrance : P10.00 You have to hire a habal (motorcycle...More

1  Thank eunsoohuang
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adict c
2 May 2017|
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Response from MelbourneTravelmad | Reviewed this property |
yes there is a parking area. safe? we parked there and the car was still intact wgen we got back. there are people about, like the person you pay to see the falls and a small stall selling water and snacks
eljane m
9 February 2016|
Response from Italo Q | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I did not read the questions I know it's been a long time, but I'll answer them in every way ... There is no public locomotion to arrive, you have to rent motorcycle is a long road ... It is inside the jungle
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