Niludhan Falls, one of Negros Island’s underrated natural attractions, lies hidden amidst its forests and vast sugarcane plantations and agricultural lands in Bayawan City, Negros Oriental. This water wonder is conveniently located right beside the main road along the city’s northern border connecting Brgy. Dawis to adjacent Mabinay town.
Even as a local of Bayawan, I have never heard of this particular waterfalls until I was in college when I managed to see this local natural creation for the first time. A river feeds the 25-meter wide waterfalls that ends on a 40-meter vertical drop, creating the magnificent curtain falls. One can witness and capture its full magnificence, which resembles that of the Tinuy-an Falls in Bislig, during the rainy season or after a relatively strong downpour. During summer, the waterfalls could get sparse but is still equally stunning. Every angle of the falls is picture-perfect amidst the blue skies, its turquoise basin and the lush green vegetation surrounding the falls. On a clear sunny day, tiny rainbows are visible in the falls.
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