T'boli

  • JR. ATTAM
  • HON. ABELARDO JR. SEROFIA
  • HON. SWAIN DE GROOT
  • HON. EDDIE TANGCALA
  • HON. RONIE DELA PEÑA
  • HON. JIMMY PERICON
  • HON. MERLYN GANCHOON
  • HON. ELY JAMES PIANG
Festival Seslong Festival
March 16 The Seslong Festival is a celebration that portrays the gathering of people to barter goods. The municipality of T’boli showcases its unique ethnicity from the 5th to the 16th of March. Known as the center for eco-cultural tourism, the people of the cultural heritage and ancestry of the province.



Jump off from 950 feet above sea level for an adventure unlike any other and witness an impressive view of SARANGANI BAY .


Experience the tuna trade first-hand and take your pick from the freshest Yellow Fin, Big-Eye, Billfish and Skip Jack in the TUNA FISH PORT .


Catch the world champion, MANNY PACQUIAO at work in his various projects around the city, or train with him at his gym if you’re lucky.


Ride the native owong like the T’boli and cruise among the lotus flowers in LAKE SEBU .


LEMLUNAY RESORT is a diving and snorkeling resort featuring fun dives to Tinoto Wall, a
10-km coral wall formation that goes down to 50 meters.

T’boli folksongs usually depict nature, of how lucky they are to witness its wealth and beauty which provides them their necessities. There are also some folksongs which depict the ideal place of T’boli people, the Lemlunay or paradise, where they have lived. Most characters of their folktales reside in this plays. And most of their folktales are set in this idealized place. They also have songs which show their way of living: farming in the highlands, and hunting in the jungle. Folksongs are also used by T’boli to praise their gods and goddesses, showing how thankful they are for the blessing they have received. T’boli people also use folksongs to express their love for someone, pouring all his emotions in a creative and poetic manner.

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