A time to seek and find. I always heard about Lake Sebu and wondered why the pictures posted are not lake but waterfalls.
There are 3 lakes in Lake Sebu, a municipality which was formerly a part of Surallah. Lake Lahit and Lake Seloton and the biggest of the lakes is Lake Sebu which is an inverted pyramid in shape (going down) and at 345 hectares, one can imagine why the place is named after it. It just gives me goosebumps that if you drowned in the lake, your body will surface in 3-5 days. Our T’boli entertainers told us to throw coins in the water as sort of payment for safe passage.
our boat for cruisin the lake from Punta Isla Lake Resort
the adjacent boat where kids are waiting to dive for coins to be thrown
the floating restaurant with tour around the lake
Falls number 2 (I only saw 2) and this is where the place near zipline end and where we proceed to other places in the South.
My next travel, Tablas, Romblon.