Casaroro Falls, Valencia Tips and Guide - Dumaguete

Updated: Apr 4, 2019


​​Address: 

 Taft St, Valencia, Negros Oriental, Philippines



HOW TO GET THERE:

By car/scooter

-From the airport

-then left on Dumaguete North Road (outside airport)

-turn right on cervantes st.

-left on sta rosa street

-right on real st.

-right on jose Romero road

-drive straight ahead (luzuriaga st)

-then another left on legarda st.

-then right on Taft street.

-drive ahead, destination on your right.

Friendly Advise:

It's better to use MAPS or GMAPS if you're confused about the streets



It's actually located at the end of the road and very easy to find, so we are really excited about it. Initially, when we ride on the atv car we chose to head to Casaroro Falls but they said that it was dangerous to go there that time because of the storm. So I am getting skeptical again if we should still go or not. I don't want us being harmed in a place that is very far from everyone, a place where we can't seek help. But still, putting that aside and thinking of exploring the place, we still went.

Casaroro Falls is actually Dumaguete's most photographed body of water found in the municipality of Valencia and also one of the most famous attraction of Negros Oriental.




In the beginning, seeing the steps going steeply down scares me. It feels like one wrong step and I am gonna end up on the ground. Yup! the picture above are the steps we took down  and it's actually attached beside the  mountain. But that's just the beginning of this hard Casaroro Couple escapade...



First of all I would say that I really didn't expect what were about to experience.

It's a total adventure for me. Getting in there I have said "That's it? I thought they said it's dangerous here?" but were just at the tip of the ice berg.

Funny because right after we walk down their steep stairs I didn't get to see the falls just as I was expecting so we walk more to the rocky creek with gigantic rocks of all kinds. I am wearing a rubber shoes and I had to take it off and go barefooted, unless you guys are ok soaking your shoes in the creek.



Said to be the tallest waterfalls in the Visayas region. Estimated as 100 feet tall, being right there is a totally a jaw dropping moments for both of us, both our face was enlighten by the moment. The pursuit of nature's beauty succeeded.



There used to be a bridge to easily get to the view deck of the falls but the storm must have destroyed them. I was about to give up too but my boyfriend just kept on telling me that I should push through because were already there. Few more minutes, few more soaking of feet and few more crossing of the wild rush of creek and  weve finally arrived. 



Totally a jaw dropping moments for both of us, both our face was enlighten by the moment. The pursuit of nature's beauty succeeded.


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