Background: Bifid nose and supernumerary nostril are rare nasal congenital anomalies. The appearance of bifid nose, also called double nose or cleft nose, varies from a simple groove at thenasal apex to a maxillary cleft. Supernumerary nostril is a kind of nasal duplication. Purpose: Thiscase report is to forewarn general practitioners and ENT specialist about these rare nasal congenitalanomaly cases. Case: Reported three cases with congenital nasal anomaly, one case with bifid nose, onecase with bifid nose and choanal atresia, and one case with triple nostril. Management: The cases withbifid nose underwent nasal reconstruction using dermal graft and the case with triple nostril underwentfistulectomy and alae reconstruction. Conclusion: Bifid nose and triple nostril are rare nasal congenitalanomaly that need optimal reconstruction. Indication for the time of the operation for cases of congenitalnasal deformities is based on the size approaching the adult size and on the child’s social development.