This is ours List of things to do in Lake Cebu It is a lake and the municipality of South Kota Batu. It is home to the Tabli and Yubo tribes. Go to their doorstep and enjoy the offer of Lake Cebu From the beautiful lake in the valley of Allah to the interesting zip line.
Lake Cebu is a first class municipality in the Civic Caesar Jagan area of the Philippines. There is not only a lake but also small islands where you can go by boat. Chat with locals and love this charming southern city. It’s not the place to go for the most part, but it’s worth it!
Things to do in Lake Cebu
1. Ship on the lake
Cruise Around the lake and fall in love with the sight of blue clouds and lotus flowers floating. You can also visit the smaller islands in the lake. You can rent traditional clothes and feel like a local during your trip.
2. Talk to the locals
It has not been made the “Eco-Cultural Center of South Kota Batu” for anything. Talk to the different communities that have lived here for centuries, and learn about their culture. See how Obra T’nalak makes handmade fabric from abaca fiber. Some museums offer their products and offerings about their culture.
3. Discover the Seven Falls
This place is not only blessed with lakes, but also has seven waterfalls! You can take 1 to 2 falls from a simple trail. However, the best way to see the Royal Falls is through a zip line! Not only is it fun, but it also amazes you with the beauty of the world.
T. Eat Tilapia!
It is very common in Lake Tilpia as it is also a source of livelihood for the locals. They came up with many different recipes and methods for cooking. You should try at least one or two! It’s bound to be delicious and fresh.
With the beauty of this place, you need to “stop and smell the flowers.” Lake Cebu is a quiet place with no crowds or loud noises, so it’s a great place to reflect and just refresh!
Here are some of the costs you may incur during a trip to Lake Cebu:
- Ecotourism Park – PHP 20
- T Boli Museum. PHP 10
- Zipline – PHP 300
- Boat Rental – PHP 150 per person
- Booting – PHP 500 in each group
- Tour through Hubble Hubble – PHP 300-600
- T Boli Costume Rentals – PHP 150
- Don’t forget to try their tilapia dish
- There are restaurants in the area and in the resorts
Here are some places you can stay in Lake Cebu:
How to reach Lake Cebu
- The nearest airport is in General Santos
- They have local flights to and from Manila, Cebu, Clark, Dow, Allelu and Zimbabwe.
- The second option is Davao Airport, but it is far away because you have to take the bus from Daoa to General San first.
From General Santos
- Take a ride from the airport to the bowling terminal in Jensen
- Take the van straight to Lake Cebu Terminal
- The fare is around PHP 150 for a 2 hour journey
Travelogue in Lake Cebu
- There may be limited banks and ATMs near Lake Cebu. It is best to prepare cash before you come here
- Most companies will ask you for cash instead of a payment card
- There is a signal in the area; However, there is accommodation without Wi-Fi
- Wear appropriate gear or clothing if you are going to see waterfalls
- It can be cold, especially at night, so bring a jacket
- Respect the locals
- Leave no trace
Example of a trip to Lake Cebu
The first mountain in the lake
8:00 AM – General Santos arrives
11:00 AM – Arrive at Lake Sebu / Leave things at the resort
11:30 AM – Lunch at the restaurant by the lake
1:00 PM – 7 waterfall and zip line
4:00 p.m. Cruise On the lake
7:00 pm – Return to Resort / Dinner / Sleep
The first 2 in Lake Cebu
7:00 AM – Wake up / Breakfast
8:00 AM – All day walk
12:00 pm – Lunch
1:00 PM – Continue walking all day
4:00 – Return to General Santos
* Prices quoted above are subject to change.
Lake Cebu is no small place for you to visit, especially for those who are not from Mindanao or the Philippines. I hope that our travel guide on Lake Cebu will be helpful for your future journey. This is a beautiful place. A Filipino full of natural and cultural wonders should be proud. Happy journey!
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About the Author
Hey, I’m Lisa! I was once a person who only imagined going to “one day” places but decided to pursue my dreams. My first trip abroad was last year, in Japan, alone, and I have loved this trip ever since. I plan to visit 10 countries each year before moving to 30 or 2 new locations in the Philippines. In addition to traveling, I love traveling, photography, reading and making new friends. Follow my adventures through me Instagram.