BISUMI Travel and Tours
BISUMI Tour and Services is a travel and tour company that provides eco-adventure tours within Batanes. The company’s name comes from six Batanes municipalities: Basco, Itbayat, Sabtang, Uyugan, Mahatao, and Ivana.
“We offer quality and affordable tours so you can get the best value for your money.
Tour Batanes with Confidence! Whether you are seasoned traveler or about to start to travel, solo, couple or in a group, BISUMI Team is happy to serve you!”
Bisumi Tour & Services PROVIDES EVERYTHING IN BATANES
✓ Tour Packages
✓ Rentals and Other Services
– Tour Availability and Rates –
Contact BISUMI Tour and Services Reservations Team:
- Mobile Numbers:
Smart +63 919 2795 963 and +63 998 889 8078
Globe +63 915 8034 582 and +63 977 850 9647
- #71 Llopez St., Brgy. Kayvaluganan, Basco, Batanes 3900, Philippines 3600
My Mom and I would like to thank Mr. Ryan Lara Cardona, Owner of Bisumi Tour and Services for his exceptional professionalism and hospitality – before, during, and after our tour in Batanes.
To Arbin Fajelga and John Philip Cantor – our Tour Guide, Photographer, Encyclopedia, Historian, and Clown DUO, thank you for the invaluable Batanes experience!
Bisumi Staff : (L-R) Jhimlan Velasco, Catherine Elica, Angielyn Sarraya, yours truly, and Richelle Fidel, thanks for going out in the sun for a photo with me =) and to everyone from Bisumi Tour & Services, a huge huge huge thank you!, our trip to Batanes wouldn’t have been possible and successful without all your hard work.
Most of you who follow me on Facebook and Instagram know that I’ve been to Batanes twice already (Personal Expense) before this most current trip – which is in collaboration with BISUMI. That’s why I put this at the end of this article to avoid misrepresentation.
Itbayat is the northernmost inhabited Island of Batanes, and also the biggest of the three (Batan, Sabtang & Itbayat) islands. You have two ways of going here: Faluwa, or Plane. If you are sea-sick, you might want to consider hopping on a plane because the waters the Faluwa will cross will give you motion sickness (at times, to the extreme level) but if you’re up for an adventure – aren’t we all? =), travel like the locals and like me on board a faluwa. I was actually lucky the time I went there, the sea was somehow calm.
Travel time to Itbayat via Faluwa is around 4-5 hours depending on sea condition. My trip was around 4 hours only because the sea was quite calm. Fare is ₱450 per person per way. You can check the updated trip schedule at Basco Port once there.
Did you know? Itbayat Island is one of the world’s largest uplifted coral reefs.
I wasn’t able to post any article about my second trip, which was purposely for ITBAYAT, so here’s a travel video:
Bisumi also provides tour packages in Itbayat for as low as ₱3,500 per person. Contact them for more information.
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