Not only do you get to see the famous 'Chinese Pink Dolphons' it is a good opportunity to learn about them and their delicate habitat. The guides are knowledgable and really care for the environment and the welfare of the dolphins, they are not about taking boat loads of tourists around to make loads of money,
Seeing the swim out of the water for the first time was breathtaking but these are wild animals and what you see and what they do cannot be gaurenteed. You need to keep quiet on the boat so not a good place for noisy children but the excitement was electric as the boat cut the engines and we were all hanging over sides eager to spot the first dolphin !
These animals are getting endangered and the threat of them losing their habitat is real, it would be a sad loss if these animals die out because of the pollution and reclamation of land.
Go before its too late, go so you can learn about them , go so you can help them !
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