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We went there today. Take the long drive from Valencia. We started at 6:30 in the morning and got there around 10. That would be a shorter time if we didn't stop on the way for photos. Tho it was raining and muddy, I made...More
Went there with friends for a photography competition and the view is just...wow.
At the time of visit, the cascade of water was not that thick, but it is still stunning. I recommend you bring your own car so that it will be easier for...More
To answer how to get there. Take the Ceres in Bayawan going to Mabinay via Dawies. In Dawies you'll make a sharp right hand turn. After about 3km the falls are at the left-hand site. ( just past kilometer marker 139).
The falls are quite...More
The falls is beautiful. Going to the place is a little bit difficult though as there are no signage. We have to ask locals from time to time if we are on the right direction to the place. The road is 95% concrete as of...More
We went there by private car from Siaton.I know it is an hour to go to Bayawan with good cemented roads.Before you enter the city proper there is a road at your right that says going to Kalumboyan and another 10 minutes the road splits...More
Before i describe the falls (let's be honest, 1 picture is really all you need for that), i'll explain how to get there. As this is usually the important piece of information most travellers need, and the part that is often lacking on websites. From...More
In summer, the cascade split into smaller and thinner cascades but falls is still spectacular. During wet season, the smaller cascades merge forming a wide majestic falls raging like beast as it collides the natural pool below.
From Dumaguete, You can ride a Mabinay-bound Ceres...More
Around three hours drive from Dumaguete,the falls are a peacefull place to visit but the last 45 mins drive from mabinay is mainly sugar cane rd and unpaved so best to go in a 4x4 or motorcycle.
We have been there around 7-8 times now...More