Lake Seloton

Lake Sebu, South Cotabato

Lake Seloton is famous for tourists as the "Sunrise Lake" since the unblocked view of the sunrise here is said to be unbeatable. The lake has an area of about 48 hectares and is said to be the deepest lake of more than 200 feet which has a lot of fish cages on it. Tilapia farming is the main source of income of the locals.

Lake Seloton News

  • As Sure As The Sunrise

    As Sure As The Sunrise

    Fog swirled and slithered across the silvery waters of the lake. We were in the early stages of a Sunday morning, right before dawn, when everything took on muted shades of gray.

  • The Lake Sebu Experience

    The Lake Sebu Experience

    Lake Sebu, Southern Mindanao's most precious jewel.

    Imagine yourself on top of the mountain while enjoying the scenic views of fresh bodies of water such as the pristine beauty of the lakes, cascade, waterfalls and rivers. Exhilarate yourself with the revitalizing road trip experience along the plains and the mountains. Indulge yourself with the sweet caress of fresh air and hear the warm greetings of the birds.

    Lake Sebu brings you close to nature. An unspoilt haven for adventure, nature experience can be fully enjoyed when you engage in variety of exciting escapades. Trek the mountain ...

  • South Cotabato The Sunrise Garden At Lake Seloton

    South Cotabato The Sunrise Garden At Lake Seloton

    Tendrils of mist were lazily rising from the water, waiting for the rays of the early morning sun to reach it. Sunrise at South Cotabato's Lake Seloton takes a bit of waiting, being situated 700 meters above sea level and an the eastern mountain range further delaying it. But once the sun broke free and its light touched the waters, the once gray scene turned magical; the lilies bloomed with colors as fisherfolks aboard their wooden owong dugout canoes started to make their graceful way across the gleaming waters. Life was starting at Lake Seloton.

    Our own day started not at the town of Lak ...

  • 3 Beautiful Lakes to Explore in the Beautiful Mindanao Island

    3 Beautiful Lakes to Explore in the Beautiful Mindanao Island

    The Philippines, with its more than 7,000 islands, is rich with beauty and natural resources sprawled over the archipelago. Aside from white sand beaches other bodies of water, like the lakes in Mindanao, remain to be explored by travelers looking forward to visiting exciting places. For backpackers who want to enjoy an eco-tour without breaking the bank, here are 3 of the beautiful lakes found in Mindanao:

    Lake Sebu

    With an area of 354 hectares and elevated at 1,000 meters, Lake Sebu is surrounded with rainforest and boasts of seven waterfalls. Local and foreign tourists travel to Tupi, ...

  • lake of Lake Sebu Lake Seloton Lake Lahit

    lake of Lake Sebu Lake Seloton Lake Lahit

    While we were doing our itinerary for this trip in Lake Sebu, we encountered something that utterly confused us, why are other we encountering names of other lakes that are in Lake Sebu Does it mean there are a number of lakes within Lake Sebu Lake within a lake Parang na-Inception lang! :P Turns out, there are actually three lakes in Lake Sebu, and that Lake Sebu is not just a lake, but the name of a town. First off, the biggest one which the town is named after, Lake Sebu, the secoond biggest one, Lake Seloton, and last, Lake Lahit. Even though the rain did not show any signs of stopping on ...

  • Lakes Of Lake Sebu Lake Sebu Lake Seloton Lake Lahit

    Lakes Of Lake Sebu Lake Sebu Lake Seloton Lake Lahit

    While we were doing our itinerary for this trip in Lake Sebu, we encountered something that utterly confused us, why are other we encountering names of other lakes that are in Lake Sebu? Does it mean there are a number of lakes within Lake Sebu? Lake within a lake? Parang na-Inception lang! :P Turns out, there are actually three lakes in Lake Sebu, and that Lake Sebu is not just a lake, but the name of a town. First off, the biggest one which the town is named after, Lake Sebu, the secoond biggest one, Lake Seloton, and last, Lake Lahit. Even though the rain did not show any signs of stopping ...