Negros Oriental

Lakes & Waterfalls

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Casaroro Falls
Casaroro Falls

Casaroro Falls  VALENCIA

One of the few great looking and very popular waterfalls here in Negros Oriental. Casaroro is a tall waterfall, one the three waterfalls in Kampesa. Centrally located within a lush virgin forest, is a favorite spot for tourists. Within easy reach from Dumaguete City.

Inyawan Enchanted Falls   CANLAON

Flows 100 feet off Inyawan River at the edge of a forest. Cold and clear waters cascade downstream to join Masaulog River; accessible by road.

Lakes Yagumyum and Nailig in Mt. Talinis VALENCIA

A half day trek up Mt. Talinis in Valencia brings you to either one of the mirror clear lakes in the Mt. Talinis area where you may camp, swim or catch carp, tilapia and other fish in the lake surrounded by trees.

Niludhan Falls BAYAWAN CITY

Located in Dawis, Bayawan, Niludhan Falls is one of Negros Oriental’s hidden gems.

Pulangbato Falls VALENCIA

A large cascade of seemingly reddish water from the main Pulangbato Falls in Pulangtubig , Valencia , finds its way into some unique shaped falls all the way down the mountain.

Quipot Falls  CANLAON CITY

Bottle-shaped cascade about 100 feet; largest of three neighboring waterfalls fed by Binalbagan, Malaiba and Linothangan tributaries. Deep basin ideal for swimming and boating.

Pulangbato Falls
Pulangbato Falls
Lake Balinsasayaw
Lake Balinsasayaw

Balinsasayao & Danao Twin Lakes  SIBULAN

The Twin Lakes Natural Park is approximately 8,000 hectares, part of the 133,000-hectare Geothermal Reserve managed by the PNOC. The main features are Lakes Balinsasayao and Danao, contained in adjacent calderas 1,000 meters above sea level and separated by a ridge 20 meters in width. The lakes are completely surrounded by forest and lush vegetation of about 3,462 hectares spread over the Guintabon, Kabalin-an and Guinsayawan mountain ranges which serve as protection dikes to the lakes.

Lake Balanan
Lake Balanan

Balanan Lake  SIATON

Balanan Lake is located in Sitio Balanan, Barangay Sandurot, Siation, at the southern end of the Island of Negros. It is 10 kilometers of good, partially cemented road from the South National highway at the western end of Siaton Bridge. The Lake is a 20-25-minute of picturesque drive from the highway junction.It is a “humerus” bone-formed body of water oriented along the northwest-southeast direction with an area of 24 hectares.

It is bounded in the east by the Balanan mountain range and on the west by the Nasig-id mountain range, both of which arise from each bank steeply to a height of more than 200 meters. The southern side is the only low and open area. The lake is 285 meters above sea level and is fed by the Lamarao, Balanan and Managob-sob creeks, located at the northern end. It has an exit located at the southern end and drops into the Siaton River.