South Cotabato is a natural haven for both tranquil and intrepid endeavors. It has all the cityscape extras one may want for a comfortable stay without the big city worries. Everything here is charmingly unassuming and laced with rustic appeal. This laid back way of life sets the province's tempo of many striking contrast the blend the east with the west, the old-world with the contemporary and everyday with the exotic.
Discover our distinct culture renowned for its T'nalak weaving and set out on a cultural odyssey. South Cotabato is a showcase of diverse cultures with interesting mutual ties, all resonant, vibrant and mysterious.
Embrace the outdoors and set adrift on a boat and be introduced to our majestic lakes or trek up to the scenic mountain terrain to come across a hidden treasure trove of stunning sights coupled with unsurpassed flora and fauna. Like the cascading waterfalls of Lake Sebu set amidst a verdant panorama or take a different path and traverse up Mt. Melibengoy to behold the wonders of Lake Holon.
T'nalak Festival (Koronadal City), July 14-19
|T'nalak Festival Parade: image from Travel Journal|
Kawayan FEstival (Koronadal City), February 11-25
Seslong Festival (T'boli), March 5-16
T'boli Cultural Community
Mt. Parker Ranges and Lake Maughan
Seven Falls in Lake Sebu (watch video below of Lake Sebu and South Cotabato)