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Tdaan Kini Springs: Waterfalls south Cotabato Philippines

Waterfalls south Cotabato Philippines, there are more to ascertain and knowledge within the town of Lake Sebu also referred to as the “Summer Capital of South Cotabato”.

Aside from the famous Seven Falls and therefore the zipline adventure, the three lakes namely S’bu, Lahit and Seloton, or the rich culture of the T’bolis.

Among these is the Tdaan Kini Spring Waters and Falls located in Brgy. Lamlahak.

Tdaan Kini Springs and Waterfalls

I highly recommend this place to everyone to go to especially this summer. Appreciate nature, relax and take a dip – enjoy its crystal-clear and icy cold spring waters. See the subsequent pictures below.

Tdaan Kini Springs and Waterfalls

HOW TO GO THERE

Tdaan Kini Springs and Waterfalls are found in Brgy. Lamlahak, Lake Sebu, South Cotabato.

From the Poblacion, ride a habal-habal to Brgy. Lamlahak and ask the driving force to bring you to Tdaan Kini. The time period is merely 10-15 minutes. (The place is additionally accessible to four-wheel drive vehicle)

At the registration booth, pay the doorway fee of P25.00/person. A brief trek of about 5 minutes is then required before reaching Tdaan Kini.


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  1. Yes, its pretty nice place. You may visit this site, to view more places here in the Philippines😊😊

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