Information about Lake Sebu
Come along and have a firsthand experience on how Lake Sebu becomes the Philippine tourism’s next big thing. Perched in the highlands of South Cotabato, the municipality of Lake Sebu is a living testament of how heritage and nature can attract tourists in search for tranquility and adventure. It is an ideal destination for both laidback and thrill-seeking activities - from lake cruises, and bird watching, to spelunking and zipling.
Start your trip with a hike in the lush forest and visit T’daan Kini Spring Waters, where you can plunge in for a soothing dip in its shallow water. Since Lake Sebu is known for tilapia aquaculture, swimming is not advised in most of its waters thus T’daan Kini became a swimming spot for every locals and tourists who crave for a cold and fresh swimming spot. If you’re a nature enthusiasts, spend the entire day walking in the cool forest trails while observing the different species in their natural habitat.
One of the highlight of the Lake Sebu trip is the Seven Falls, a popular tourist attraction not only because of its seven interconnected waterfalls, but also because of its two-part ziplines (180 meters above the ground) which is said to be one of the highest ziplines in Southeast Asia. All you need to do is lay down, relax, and enjoy the adrenaline rush while savoring the stunning view of the seven falls canopy and surrounding lush green forest.
Immerse yourself in the rich culture and heritage of Lake Sebu by learning more about the dreamweavers and the cultural emblem T’nalak fabric. Experience firsthand the T’boli tribe’s weaving tradition through the family and protégés of the late and renowned dreamweaver Lang Dulay’s.
Find out why Lake Sebu has been primed as an eco-tourism destination in your next travel.