Monday morning, maagang umalis papunta Yellow Bus line bound to Surallah for our Lake Sebu trip
after traversing sa Banga, finally headed to Surallah Integrated terminal and took a ride at van bound to Lake Sebu
Arrived at Seven Falls, mukhang hindi ko kakayanin na maglakad ng 500 meters dahil sa injury ko kaya minabuti na naming sumakay ng habal-habal para mapabilis ang punta namin sa Zipline area.
The Name of the Seven Falls are as follows..
1st Falls – Hikong Alu – passage
2nd Falls – Hikong Bente – immeasurable
3rd Falls – Hikong B’lebed – zigzag, coil
4th Falls – Hikong Lowig – booth
5th Falls – Hikong Kefo-I – wild flower
6th Falls – Hikong Ukol – short
7th Falls – Hikong Tonok – soil
though not one of the longest but definitely Seven Falls was one of the highest zipline in Asia and one of the memorable one on my journey to Lake Sebu, will be back this summer with some of my friend to experience it again..
with Marvin on Rig 2 back to start area
awesome view of 2nd Falls, Hikong Bente
close up view, grabe ang ganda talaga dito :)
much to our surprise, monkey freely roam the area too
sumakay sa habal habol or SkyLab to Locals and went to Punta Isla Lake resort near Lake Sebu itself
tried their famous Chicharon Tilapia along with Lemon grass iced tea shake
soothing to the eyes
crystal clear view of Lake Sebu
Surallah is an agri-industrial municipality in the province of South Cotabato, Philippines in SOCSKSARGEN or Region XII which is a part of the Mindanao Island. It is also the fastest growing municipality of South Cotabato. It also boasts its one of a kind rotounda, depicting ethnic groups and a multi- million peso integrated public terminal.
one of the numerous statues depicting ethnic groups at Surallah