Lake Sebu

A few weekends ago we spent exploring South Cotabato’s Lake Sebu. The town is home to a few indigenous Mindanao tribes with T’boli among one of the most popular. It got its name from the famous lake with an area of more than 300 hectares surrounded by hills and mountains.DSCN0478 One of the kids shouting, "Cowens (coins), ma'am!" They ask visitors to throw spare change towards the lake and they'll dive underwater to retrieve them.One of the performers playing traditional T'boli music.
Beside the lake, it also boasts of the Seven Falls, a series of waterfalls where one can also go zip lining. It was even more memorable since we witnessed a rainbow in one of the waterfalls. Though the water was not that clear, it was still fun to wade in the cold waters.
DSCN0501Look here! A rainbow!IMG_0635

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