Lake Sebu, South Cotabato
From Daday Falls in North Cotabato, we travelled to the south for nearly 3 hours including lunch break at the Cotabato Diversion Road.
We were tired after touring Daday Falls so we slept at the van most of the time when travelling to Lake Sebu, South Cotabato.
Zip line at Lake Sebu
It was raining hard when we arrived at the zip line deck so we waited for almost an hour for the rain to stop. We were worried that we would not be able to try the zip line as we were nearing the cut-off time. The good thing was that the rain stopped and the admin allowed us to go.
The zipline in Lake Sebu was thrilling, exciting and at the same time, heart-pounding. Imagine, I was zip lining on top of the water falls! I thought my zip line experience in Occidental Mindoro was the best but this one in Lake Sebu definitely topped my list.
The view from the zip line was soooo beautiful! This was something that I will never forget in my life.
There are 2 sets of zip line in Lake Sebu. The 1st one is longer and far better than the 2nd one.
In the 1st zip line, you will have a chance to see the 2 water falls at your right side. Make sure you have your Insta360 X3, GoPro, or any action camera when you visit this place. It is also advisable to have a lanyard so you will not lose your camera and stick in case you lose your handle.
I used my Insta360 X3 without a lanyard as I was confident at that time that I won’t lose my handle. Naks!
It is allowed to zip line with your kids. The admins are allowing it but they must be accompanied by an adult either by their parents or guardians.
Wearing the T'boli traditional clothing
It was a fun experience too to wear the T’boli traditional clothing. After the zip line, we went to the shop where they allowed to rent a T’boli clothing for male and female.
You may use some props too for the photo ops like Kulintang, Hgelung (string instrument) and Kris sword to match the T’boli traditional clothing. It makes the photo more appealing, I guess. Hahaha!
We concluded our Day 3 at Camp Lake View with another booze at night. Everyone joined the party and finished drinking at 1:00 AM.
It was a challenge to wake up in the morning if you have hangover but we got up early as we need to go to Lotus Farm. Hahaha!
We needed to be early as the lotus flowers bloom in the morning and close in the afternoon and night. They bloom again the next day.
Going to the Lotus Farm needs a 15-minute boat ride. The boat was too small and can only carry 4 people so our group wasn’t able to get there all at the same time.
Honestly, I did not enjoy it because maybe I had hang over that time and my stomach was empty. Hahaha!
Those who love flowers will thoroughly enjoy it but for me, no. I just went there to see the Lotus Farm but I did not take the chance to get my own photo. Sorry guys.
After a quick photo ops at the farm, we went back to Camp Lake View for breakfast (finally!) and packed up our things as the land travel to our next destination is 3 hours.
Our next destination was Gumasa Beach in Sarangani Province.