being slightly higher than Tagaytay city, the town of Don Salvador has kept one of Negros' best kept secrets. it's scenic views surrounding its small town.a place approximately 2,400ft above sea level will definitely set a viewpoint of mountain ranges. no wonder pine trees can grow in abundance in this area of the province.on your way there, you'll pass by zigzag roads going up and going down, thus giving you the different perspectives of the hills. making the trip going there very rewarding.from a viewing point called "Lantawan", you'll see Malatan-og falls. using binoculars, you'll appreciate the waters' spectacular power. good that my camera was able to zoom and capture its beauty. trekking down will bring you to the waterfalls base in just thirty minutes. according to my driver and guide, trail is quite steep and dangerous during the rainy season.i didn't had the chance to trek because i don't have much time there but seeing it even from a distance convinced me of its magnificent natural beauty.going there, i was only expecting picturesque views of Negros' mountain range. but what surprised me the most was the rice paddies below those towering mountains.it was a surprise, because i only know that beautiful rice terraces were only found in the Cordillera region and in the towns of Leon in Iloilo. but when i saw the ones in Don Salvador, it has again proved that our country still has a lot to offer. still a lot of place to explore.