Tdaan Kini Falls

Lake Sebu, South Cotabato

T'daan Kini Falls is located at Barangay Lamlahak in Lake Sebu, South Cotabato. Reaching this place will take you about 45 minutes of brisk walking from the pit stop at Sitio Talubek passing through the village at the foothills of a scenic hillside. "T'daan" means the meeting of 'cold and hot water'.

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  • 5 Things To Do In Lake Sebu South Cotabato

    5 Things To Do In Lake Sebu South Cotabato

    3rd part of my Mindanao Backpacking in SOCCSKARGEN Region.

    Lake Sebu is a first class municipality of South Cotabato. Tourists usually go here to experience the highest zip line in South East Asia. But aside from that, there are other activities and destinations that you may try. Here's the list!

    1. Explore the Seven Falls and Ride the Highest Zipline in Southeast Asia.
    Flying 600 feet above the ground may really be frightening but don't let fear stop you from doing a once in a lifetime kind of experience. We all have dreamt to fly like an eagle when we were a child and this activity ma ...

  • Tdaan Kini Spring Waters The Place You Should Flock To When Youre In Lake Sebu

    Tdaan Kini Spring Waters The Place You Should Flock To When Youre In Lake Sebu

    Tdaan is simply one of those waterfalls you just have to see to believe.

    The entirety of Lake Sebu's 354 hectares is an aggregate of three lakes: Lakes S'bu, Lahit, and Seloton. The waters, owing to the fact that it is freshwater lake, teem with the freshest tilapia available to the locals. These fresh are often caught and cooked by the locals into different delectable dishes. Fresh vegetables are grown, as well, high up on the mountain slopes situated near the lake. In fact, fresh vegetables abound near the lake, that locals have devised an ingenious of serving lettuce, turning it into ice ...

  • Lake Sebu Waterfalls

    Lake Sebu Waterfalls

    We've seen photos of this waterfall countless times before but when we finally saw it in real life it was far more majestic. The towering falls was like a scenic magnet, beckoning and pulling you to get ever closer with each step you take. And as you get closer you begin to feel the cold spray of its pounding waters in the gentle breeze. This is Hikong Bente, a T'boli phrase translated "immeasurable." They couldn't have picked a more suitable epithet.

    The Seven Falls

    Lake Sebu probably has the one of the densest concentration of waterfalls in the country. In Barangay Seloton alone ??" al ...

  • Chasing Waterfalls At Lake Sebu

    Chasing Waterfalls At Lake Sebu

    Nina and I sometimes wonder why we waited until way past our forties to go on adventure trips. While contemporaries normally opt for more convenient travel destinations, our preferences gravitate towards off-the-beaten-path places of interest. Several of these tourist spots require long and hard treks or risky sea voyages. A bad lower back (in my case) and bone spurs in the knees (in Nina's case) further complicate matters. In some cases there is nothing we can do but pray, grit our teeth and hope for the best, all the while conscious of the risks involved. Fortunately there are times when we ...

  • Lake Sebus Waterfalls

    Lake Sebus Waterfalls

    We've seen photos of this waterfall countless times before but when we finally saw it in real life it was far more majestic. The towering falls was like a scenic magnet, beckoning and pulling you to get ever closer with each step you take. And as you get closer you begin to feel the cold spray of its pounding waters in the gentle breeze. This is Hikong Bente, a T'boli phrase translated "immeasurable." They couldn't have picked a more suitable epithet.

    The Seven Falls

    Lake Sebu probably has the one of the densest concentration of waterfalls in the country. In Barangay Seloton alone ??" al ...