Experience Gensan  


To ensure that you make the most out of your Gensan vacation or visit, we are more than happy to assist you with your itinerary for any of Gensan’s treasured attractions. Please inquire about the available travel packages and guided tours for weekend trips or day trips at the hotel reception.


Lake Sebu

Enrich your local cultural experience by going on a traditional river cruise at Lake Sebu. Ride a wooden canoe, called an owong, as you listen to traditional music performed by the T’bolis.
You can also check out the local weavers, the 7 waterfalls, and one of the highest ziplines in Southeast Asia at a stunning 180 meters above the ground.



Tuna Fishport

The General Santos Fish Port Complex is where you can witness the tuna trade first hand, and of course, get dibs on the freshest yellow-fin, big-eye, billfish and skipjack tuna. Weighing, grading and selling begin at 4 a.m.



Manny Pacquiao’s Hometown

Boxing fanatics and sports enthusiasts from around the world have visited Gensan to catch a glimpse of Manny Pacquiao’s hometown. Aside from being a world champion, Pacquiao is also involved in the development of Gensan and one can see his other projects all around the city. If you’re lucky, you might even catch the Pacman at work or training at the gym.



Sarangani Paragliding

Learn the ropes of paragliding with Mindanao’s first and only paragliding company. The jump-off site is 950 feet above sea level, and among the rewards awaiting the brave is a magnificent view of Sarangani Bay.



Gumasa Beach

Isla Jardin Delmar is a snorkeling paradise tucked away in Gumasa. Walk its white sand beaches and wade in immaculately blue waters to truly experience the meaning of paradise.



Lemlunay Scubadiving Resort

Hidden away on the edge of Tinoto Reef is Lemlunay Resort, a diving and snorkeling resort featuring fun dives to Tinoto Wall, a 10-km coral wall formation that goes down up to 50 meters. The resort also comes with a restaurant, bar and infinity pool.




Mt Apo

Sanchez Peak

Nowhere else can you enjoy a 360-degree view of Gensan’s many sights and sounds. Sanchez Peak is at 800 feet above sea level and is the perfect vantage point for mountain ridge views and lush, unobstructed nature.