Spectacular Waterfalls You Can Find in Negros

Aside from beaches, Negros Island Region offers also spectacular waterfalls for nature lovers and adventure seekers. If you are planning a trip to Negros, don’t forget to add these waterfalls in your bucket list.


Mag-aso Falls, Kabankalan City

Tourists love Mag-aso Falls because of its turquoise-green waters. You can one can witness its beauty for only 25 pesos (entrance fee).

Kipot Twin Falls, Bago City

Kipot Twin Falls is one of the natural treasures of Bago City. The big rock separates the path of water to two identical falls.

Bambi Falls, Binalbagan City

Bambi Falls is not that popular in Negros, but it is now gaining the attention it deserves because of social media.

Dumalabdab Falls, Silay City
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From Brgy. Patag, you need to walk or trek for 15 minutes going to Dumalabdab falls. You can spot this in the heart of a protected forest.

Malatan-og Falls, Don Salvador Benedicto
One can see Malatan-og Falls from the viewing deck near the highway, a popular stopover for roadtrippers. But if you wish to see it closer, it will take you about an hour to reach this falls.


Pulang Bato Falls, Valencia
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Photo credit: Dumagueteadvisor,com
The water of this falls appears red because of reddish rocks. Thus, it was called Pulang Bato which means “red rock” in Hiligaynon.

Casaroro Falls, Valencia
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Another from the town of Valencia is Casaroro falls. Apparently the most photographed falls in Negros because of its astounding height of 100 ft.

Niludhan Falls, Bayawan City

Going to Niludhan Falls is slightly difficult. But once you get there, you will be amazed by the formation of this falls.

Here are just some of the best waterfalls in Negros. If you want to add some photos, just feel free to send us a message on our official Facebook Page.

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