We’ve made up our minds. We don’t need to think it over.
Chasing waterfalls is the new in. In case you need a break from the usual island hopping and tri-city tours, why don’t you join us as we explore Negros Island’s most-sought fresh waterfalls?
Thanks to these lovely photos taken by Nestor Panganiban Jr., here’s a glimpse of the natural beauty that the island offers.
4. Mag-Aso Falls
Located in Barangay Oringao, Kabankalan, Negros Occidental, you will surely be delighted by Mag-Aso’s smoky falls. The powdery blue water will also entice you for a dip. According to Nestor, going to Mag-Aso Falls is fuss-free as it is only 2 to 3 hours away from Bacolod. Just ride a bus from Bacolod South Terminal, hail a jeep going to Mabinay, and then ask a habal-habal to take you there.
3. Casaroro Falls
This one is only 20 minutes of habal ride away from the town proper of Valencia, Negros Occidental. The 30-minute trek is quite challenging but Casaroro Falls is worth the walk with its mighty height.
2. Pulangbato Falls
Also located in the town of Valencia, Pulangbato’s clear water falling against its signature crimson red limestone rocks is captivating. No worries, you won’t have to trek going to the falls because it’s already right at the entrance.
1. Kansalakan Enchanted River
This enchanted river’s falls is actually the cherry on top of its exquisite beauty and crystal clear water. Nestling in Guihulngan City, Negros Oriental, this must-see destination is only 20 minutes away from Hinakpan Hills which kind of resembles the famous Chocolate Hills of Bohol.
These are just some of the wonders that await you in Negros Island. Want to read more about local destinations? Check out our article about Siquijor’s Salagdoong Beach here.
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