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Lake Sebu in South Cotabato is a popular tourist destination in Mindanao. The freshest tilapia can be harvested from its waters.


Fly to General Santos City(from Manila, Cebu, or ilo-ilo) via Cebu Pacific or Philippine Airlines.

*MNL -GES- MNL flight (997.25 Php Rt via Cebu Pacific Air’s piso-fare promo)

*2- night hotel (826 Php, solo room via

OPTION 1: From General Santos City, you can ride a van directly bound to lake sebu.

OPTION 2: From General Santos City, go to the bus terminal and ride the Marbel-bound bus. Travel time is around 2 hours for 90 pesos(one way). Go as early as you can.

Drop-off point is in the lake sebu terminal.

This is the starting point of tours where you will register in the logbook, choose a tour package, and meet your motorcycle/driver/tour guide.

PACKAGE TOURS BY LAKE SEBU’S MUNICIPAL TOURISM OFFICE (inclusive of habal-habal with tour guide).

*Half-Day Tour *Whole-Day Tour

4 Destinations 6 Destinations

4 Hours 6 Hours

500 Php 760 Php

Lake Sebu Destinations to choose from:


*T’BOLI FOODS – Experience T’boli cooked foods at its best traditionally.

*T’BOLI MUSEUM – See and touch the ancient musical instruments and other indigenous items.

*LANG DULAY WEAVING CENTER – Home of the Finest woven T’nalak clothes.


*ZIPLINE – Southeast Asia’s highest zipline (200 meters above the ground, 740 meters first ride, 420 meters second ride).

Weekends/Holiday – 300

Weekdays -250

Go Pro Rental -250

Photo CD -100

*KAYAKING AND WATER BIKING – Observe the biodiversity of the lake while enjoying.

*LAKE TOUR – Boating around the lake for 45 minutes to observe the lakes biodiversity, fishes cages, 12 islets.

*HABAL -HABAL/SKYLAB RIDE –The only source of transportation with in the place.


LAKE SEBU – Biggest lake

7 WATER FALLS – Experience the beauty of 7 majestic waterfalls with challenging trail.

•LOTUS FLOWER – Catch the sunrise while taking your beautiful shots with the Lotus Flowers as they exude beauty and grace.


•Lake Sebu Landmark -Take your beautiful shots as the landmark “I Love Lake Sebu” ( a real evidence that you’ve been to this place).

Divine Mercy Shrine – A holy place for prayer and meditation.


•Day-Tour Expenses (including flight and accommodation)

GenSan-Marbel-GenSan Bus(170 Php)

LakeSebu-Marbel-LakeSebu van(170 Php)

Half-Day Tour (500 Php)

Evelandia Lake Vista Entrance fee(30 Php)

T’nalak clothes rental (50 Php)

Snacks (70 Php)

Total : 1190 Php

Source : Lake Sebu’s Municipal Tourism Office

Provincial Government of South Cotabato

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