Once known to be hunting grounds centuries ago, Polomolok is a municipality rich in history and is a melting pot of culture and tourism. Also home to the largest pineapple plantation in the area, the town offers several attractions that would make you want to stay just a little bit longer. They have dozens of festivals worth taking a look at too.
Other than the pineapple business, also contributing to their busy economy is the livestock and poultry industries. They also grow different products like cotton, asparagus, corn, vegetables, and fruits.
The town is nestled right at the foot of the great Mt. Matatum. Mountaineers from all over the country travel to Polomolok to climb this cone-shaped beauty. The municipality is also blessed with many natural wonders, including a cold spring where visitors can settle in and swim for their amusement. Natural springs provide free flowing water in the vicinity so the town is a haven for those who love swimming.
Polomolok is also known for its festivals that they hold in varying times of the year in different barangays. It’s worthwhile to visit this modest town and see what else it has to offer.