Pulang Bato Falls, Negros Oriental: A Complete Backpacker Guide

Pulang Bato Falls
Pulang Bato Falls is one of the top tourist spots in Valencia, Negros Oriental. It is a 30 feet waterfalls with a unique picturesque because the limestone walls by the water is covered with red due to sulfur deposits. By the way, its name literally translates to "red rock" in English. This waterfall is surrounded by beautiful landscape, including the man-made hanging bridge and colorful ornaments.

Backpacking Guide: Rates, History, Description, and Entrance

On the same premises, there's another waterfalls with white limestone background; this is the reason why the Pulang Bato Falls is also called the Twin Falls. Structures and other landscapes were built to make the area more tourist friendly. Also, a restaurant is available here. Parking lot is wide and entrance fee is to be collected.

Tour Around Dumaguete and Valencia, Negros Oriental and Where to Stay:

CONTACT PERSON IN VALENCIA: Tourist spots and destinations in Valencia, Negros Oriental are accessible via a habal-habal. At Valencia jeepney terminal, I met Kuya Agustino who brought me to these stunning places. You can contact him on Ph: 09973691174. WHERE TO STAY IN DUMAGUETE CITY: Antwet Backpacker's Inn and Rooftop Bar, near Metrobank in front of the capitol Ph: 09222974134

Location and How to Get Here:

Cebu Pacific and Philippine Airlines have regular flights from Manila to Dumaguete City. From Dumaguete Airport, ride in a tricycle to the jeepney terminal bound for Valencia. Then, ride in a jeepney and alighted at Valencia jeepney terminal and charter a motorcycle to the tourist destinations in Valencia.