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Hong Kong Dolphinwatch offers half-day
trips to see the world's pinkest dolphins,
living in the heart of the world's busiest harbor. US$35
four-hour trip that will have you back
in town for in time for lunch.
Small, comfortable boats, knowledgeable
tour guides. Charters also
available. GPO Box 4102, Hong Kong
1528A Star House, Tsimshatsui (opposite Star Ferry Pier) Hong
Kong SAR, China PRC
Tel: (852) 2984-1414 Fax: (852)
ISLAND DOLPHIN & WHALE WATCHING TOURS
Joselino "Jojo" S. Baritua
Dolphin and Whale Watch Booking
Purok 3, Mahayahay, Taguihon,
Baclayon, Bohol 6301
Telephone No. (63) (38) 540-92-79
Cellphone No. (63) (918)
Last year we started the operation of
the dolphin and watching in
Pamilacan here in Central Philippines.
The people of the island used to
hunt bryde's whale, dolphins, whale sharks
and manta rays. Now, there are 12 boats that engages in the
dolphin and whale watching tours. We
are converting the hunting boats into a whale and dolphin watching boats.
A total marine adventure. Experience the excitement
of seeing dolphins and whales frolicking in their natural habitat. The
waters around the Island of Pamilacan, Baclayon, Bohol is a haven for at
least 11 species of dolphins and whales - from the playful spinner dolphins
to the gigantic sperm whale. Meet the people of Pamilacan and visit
the historical fort built by Spaniards 200 years ago. Enjoy
the white sandy beaches and the bountiful marine environment of Bohol Sea.
Experience Island-living in the Philippines.
The small island of Pamilacan is nestled
in the heart of the Bohol Sea, the Visayas Archipelagos
in the Philippines. Its name is derived from the word pilak, which
is a large hooked implement made and used by the islanders to
capture manta rays, whale sharks and bryde's whale. The Bohol
Sea is said to be a breeding ground of these mysterious
but beautiful creatures. The island in previous times, served
as a watch station against the intrusion of pirates and enemies
of the Spanish colony as evidenced by the 200-year-old Spanish
fort on the northeast side of the island.