GenSan, short for General Santos City, is a vibrant and bustling city known as the Tuna Capital of the Philippines. It offers fresh seafood, stunning beaches, waterfalls, and other natural attractions that are perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. The city’s rich history and culture can be explored through its museums, landmarks, and festivals. GenSan is also a hub for sports and entertainment, with various activities and events to cater to all interests. Overall, it’s a must-visit destination for travelers seeking a modern city with plenty of amenities and a rich cultural heritage set against a backdrop of natural wonders.


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Day 1:

  • Arrive in General Santos City
  • Check-in to the hotel
  • Lake Sebu Cultural Tour (Lang Dulay Weaving Center, School of Living Traditions, T’boli Museum, T’boli Trade & Crafts)
  • Lunch
  • Half-day Habal-Habal Tour
  • Dinner

Day 2:

  • Breakfast
  • Lake Sebu, Lake Seloton, and Lake Lahit
  • Punta Isla Lake Resort for lunch
  • 7 Waterfalls & Chill around the Lake
  • Dinner

Day 3:

  • Check out
  • Van ride from Lake Sebu to General Santos City
  • Check-in to the hotel
  • Gen San City Tour
  • Dinner

Day 4:

  • Gen San City Fish Port Complex
  • Bus ride from Gen San to Maasim, Sarangani
  • Paragliding
  • Check out of the hotel
  • Going back home
HOTEL RECOMMENDATIONS

HOTEL RECOMMENDATIONS
Lake Sebu
● Punta Isla Lake Resort
● El Galong Waterpark Resort
● Sunrise Garden Lake Resort
GenSan
● RedDoorz near KCC mall
● Columbus Plaza Hotel
● Sun City Suites

FOOD RECOMMENDATIONS

FOOD RECOMMENDATIONS
Lake Sebu
● Kalan-an ni Agaw
● Toto Sugbahan
GenSan
● Cotton Bowl Grill and Steak House
● Lola Sisay Seafood House
● Gusteau’s Crab Hauz
● Rachel’s Tuna
● Ranchero Nuevo

PASALUBONG RECOMMENDATIONS
  • Tuna products such as dried tuna, bottled tuna, and tuna longganisa
  • T’nalak fabric and other T’boli handicrafts
  • Durian candies and other durian products
  • Marang jam or other marang-based products
  • Native delicacies such as pastil, palagsing, and kinalum
  • Bangsi or dried flying fish
  • Coffee beans from local coffee farms
  • Souvenir items such as keychains, ref magnets, and shirts with Gensan or Sarangani Province designs.



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