Lake Holon in Tboli temporarily closed

The municipal government of Tboli is once again giving Lake Holon, its popular tourism destination, a break.

The LGU-Tboli is closing Lake Holon to tourists and the public beginning January 6, 2020 and scheduled the reopening on
 March 14 during the town's celebration of Seslong Festival. 

During the period, LGU-Tboli will conduct trainings and refresher courses for its frontline personnel, rehabilitation of facilities, and biodiversity assessment in the area.
Lake Holon, taken from the camping site at the peak of Mt. Melibingoy
Nestled in the crater of Mt. Melibingoy (Mt. Parker) that stands 1,756 meters above sea level, Lake Holon is a favorite camping destination in the Province of South Cotabato. It magnificently lies and covers about 304 hectares wide and has been recognized as one of the Cleanest Inland Body of Water in the Philippines.

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.

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