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This is a beautiful and interesting place with a fascinating culture and history of the Taboli indigenous people. Good luck to them in keeping their land and culture. Just a pity about the really loud banging music at night and early Sunday morning.
In one of my business trips to Koronadal, I chanced to visit Lake Sebu, thanks to some of my clients. It’s a refreshing place! There’s also a zip line touted to be the highest in the region. The first waterfall alone near the entrance is...More
We took lunch on one of the restaurants overlooking the lakes.
You can eat also on the restaurants lakeside and watch the lake serenity and boats.
A floating restaurant is also available to eat on one of the lakes surface.
Different methods of preparing tilapia-...More
Lake Sebu in South Cotabato is well known as an eco-tourist destination in Southern Mindanao. We, students of English 165 of Professor Pelayo, had our field trip last November 24 and 25, 2018 in the said place. Foremost, it was the most memorable field trip...More
There are many things to do in Lake Sebu. Located two hours away from General Santos City, it is not an easy trip (roads can be winding, rough at times), but it is well worth it.
There are ways to commute to Lake Sebu, but...More
Lake Sebu is a paradise far from the maddening crowd. It sits at the edge of the country and is a quiet, peaceful respite for tired, weary souls. If you can, take a slow cruise on the lake, and let the world go away.
Lake Sebu is a tourist destination in South Cotabato. There are many things to do when visiting the place such as cruising the lake, the 7 Falls zipline, visiting their museum, meeting the locals and experiencing their culture.