Dumaguete is the capital of Negros Oriental. It is also known as The City of Gentle People and is a home to the prestigious Silliman University. It’s quite a small city with an absolutely laid-back atmosphere with nice and hospitable residents. It’s not too crowded but it has almost everything you need. The city’s main […]
“If you’re up for a bumpy adventure, hop on a jeepney for an approximately 20-minute ride going to Valencia! Once you get to the terminal, there will be plenty of tricycles waiting for you and will take you to Casaroro. It’s 200 pesos per person (roundtrip). If it’s your first time to visit, the tricycle driver will guide you through the trek that includes climbing on huge rocks and crossing rivers. Be sure to wear sturdy and comfortable shoes, as the hike going to the falls is a bit difficult! Also, don’t forget to bring your water with you. You will need it to hydrate yourself! As I’ve said, the whole trek is gonna be a struggle, but if you’re into adventures then you’ll probably enjoy it!” via Dumaguete City : Must See Places — LifeBits By Claire
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Thank you for sharing the link. This will help many kababayan and tourist to explore Dumaguete.