The LGU-T'boli has closed Lake Holon to tourists and the public since June 15, 2014. According to reports, the temporary closure of Lake Holon will last for about nine months or until March 2015. It will give way for some rehabilitation works, improvements and to prepare the community in the area for possible influx of tourists next year.
The LGU-T'boli has closed Lake Holon to tourists and the public since June 15, 2014.
LGU-T'boli also plans to build new resort facilities like cottages and view decks, among others.
|Lake Holon, taken from the camping site at the peak of Mt. Melibingoy|
While Lake Holon is closed, tourists can visit other destinations in T'boli. These includes the Bakngeb Cave in Barangay Laconon, Lamhaku Hot Spring in Brgy. Lamhaku , and Hidak Falls and Hikong Kemebel in Brgy. Kematu.