Palompon is a 2nd class municipality in the province of Leyte, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 50,754 people in 10,790 households.
Along the strip of fertile coast, our forefathers founded this community which assumed the role of cabeceria of all the municipalities in the northwestern side of Leyte. The pueblo was originally named Hinablayan. There were yet no streets in those days, only trails and mountain paths, big trees and wild games. Fish, sea shells and other marine products abounded. People fished along the shore with arrows tied to vines. They just ...
Hundreds of Flying Foxes above Palompon town from Tabuk Island.
We went for a picnic and watched the GIANT BATS!