Backpack Photography 2017
Backpack Photography 2017

We’re bringing back Backpack Photography this first half on 2017. We’re going to our favorite haunts in Bontoc and Batanes while offering a new offbeat destination in Biliran. Our Backpack Photography tours are not your typical tourist trip. Our itinerary are designed with photography in mind. We’ll take you to locations on the ideal times of the day and help you get back quality images you will be happy with. Check out details and trip dates of our upcoming photo tours below.

Backpack Photography Bontoc
Backpack Photography Bontoc

Bontoc February 2017

If you follow my travels for the last three years, it is no surprise the Bontoc has become one of my favorite places in the Mountain Province. More so lately than its neighboring Sagada. Maybe because it is underrated and not too many tourist in the area. There are however a lot of photo opportunities. From breathtaking mountain tops, scenic rice paddies, charming villages, vast Pasteur lands and amiable locals.

Trip Date: February 17–19, 2017

For more details and registration, visit here at Backpack Photography Bontoc February 2017.

Register for Bontoc Here

Backpack Photography Biliran
Backpack Photography Biliran

Biliran March 2017

Ever since my first visit to Biliran last year, I’ve been enchanted by its nature. A small island teeming with wondrous falls. I knew there was more than Tinago Falls on the island. If you love chasing waterfalls there are at least 30 of them here. Then there are the islands. Sambawan Island has been gaining popularity lately but still not touristy enough to enjoy. Biliran has so much to offer in terms of natural attractions.

Trip Date: March 9–12, 2017

For more details and registration, visit here at Backpack Photography Biliran March 2017.

Register for Biliran Here

Backpack Photography Batanes
Backpack Photography Batanes

Batanes May 2017

How could we not offer Batanes. It is a landscape photographer’s dream destination. Even if you are a casual traveler, it is hard not to be awe by its rugged beauty. Batanes is changing but its idyllic nature still lingers thanks to checked development and progress. Yes time moves a little slower here. The rolling hills, iconic lighthouse and the stars that seems to be brighter than anywhere in the country is still ever present in this northern most province. If you have a chance to visit Batanes, please do. And if you want to make sure to squeeze out its photographic possibilities, join us!

Trip Date: May 6–10, 2017

For more details and registration, visit here at Backpack Photography Biliran March 2017.

Register for Batanes Here

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Ferdz Decena is an award-winning travel photographer, writer and blogger. His works has found print in publications such as Singapore Airlines’s Silver Kris, Philippine Airlines’ Mabuhay, Cebu Pacific’s Smile and Seair InFlight. He has also lent his expertise to various organizations like the Oceana Philippines, Lopez Group Foundation, Save the Children and World Vision, contributing quality images for their marketing materials.

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