Lake Sebu 7 Falls | Things to do
Found in Allah Valley, Lake Sebu's surrounding hills and thick rainforest is home to the indigenous T'bolis, Tirurays, Ubos and Manobos. Due to its rich natural resources, endangered animals such as wild boars and Philippine deer have been found in the area. Wild birds such as egrets, kingfishers, swallows, herons, Philiippine cockatoos, and kites have made the lake and its surrounding greenery their natural habitat. A unique activity to try in this area is ziplining 740 meters across, and 180 meters above ground to take in a bird’s eye view of the waterfall, Hikong Bente. Then, go back through another zipline route, albeit shorter, to spot three more waterfalls: Hikong B’lebed, Hikong Lowig, and Hikong K’foi. Both zipline routes offer breathtaking views, and you'll get an adrenalin rush as you whoosh through the cool Lake Sebu air.
Address: Brgy. Siloton, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato
Business hours: Open Everyday
Entrance fee: P300 per head for zipline