Getting to Valencia is actually very easy. All you have to do is cut a deal with the tricycle drivers in Dumaguete City. They usually charge 100 pesos one way and travelling time would take about 20 minutes. Once there, I suggest staying at Valencia Forest Camp Resort. Once you get there, you will be greeted by this words of wisdom:
When you get in the resort, you will be mesmerized by more than 10 freshwater pools. The water in the pools come from the nearby river so it’s fresh, cool and refreshing.
In the resort, you can stay on their rooms for only 1,000 pesos per night. There are also other activities in the resort such as wall climbing and ziplining for only 50 pesos.
Just near the resort is the Tejero ATV and Tours. Here, you can rent ATVs, zegwees or buggies and have a tour on the different tourist spots in Valencia. You can choose whether to tour in the town proper or go to Tierra Alta, the Filipino-American-Japanese Shrine, Camp Lookout, Twin Falls Mountain or the Casaroro Falls. However, first time drivers are discouraged to trek on the mountains and falls as the terrain is very steep. Also, first time drivers will only be allowed to drive around the town proper and Tierra Alta. Also, if you do not know how to operate these kinds of vehicles, you can just ride with your tour guide. Each group will have one tour guide.
Tierra Alta is a subdivision-resort in the town of Valencia. Here, you can see a lighthouse and climb to the top to get a 360-degree view of the place. You can also see the nearby islands, Siquijor, Cebu and Bohol.
By the way, you will be given an hour with each destination you choose to go. If you have limited time or traveling with a budget and you just need to choose one destination for your tour, I suggest really going for the Casaroro Falls. The falls is very popular here because it is the most photographed body of water in the entire province.