Hong Kong Pink Dolphin Watching Cruise
Join this Hong Kong cruise to witness the world's pinkest dolphins at play!
- Instant Confirmation
- Family friendly
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
Be amazed - these dolphins, found between Hong Kong and Macau, are pinker than the Boto dolphins in the Amazon River in South America and live within a few kilometers of one of the world's busiest shipping centers and most densely populated urban area.
The Pearl River Delta, between Hong Kong and Macau, is home to around a thousand Indo-pacific Humpback dolphins, Sousa chinensis. For some unknown reason, populations of this species along the Chinese coast are bright pink. They are the world's pinkest dolphins - pinker even than the Boto dolphins in the Amazon River in South America- and they live near Hong Kong, within a few kilometers of the world's busiest shipping center and most densely populated urban area.
Chosen as the official mascot of the 1997 handover ceremony, the dolphins are threatened by pollution, over fishing and reclamation. This trip is designed to minimize disturbance to the dolphins, therefore these lovely creatures are comfortable with the vessel being used and sometimes come quite close.
96% of trips have successful sightings. If no dolphins are seen, passengers are entitled to take another dolphin cruise at no extra cost - subject to availability.
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- Tea and coffee
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- Not wheelchair accessible
Reviewed by: JANET O, April 2015
Saw the Dolphins from a distance ok
Reviewed by: Elizabeth O, April 2015
Fantastic tour. Very informative. We had a brilliant time, the dolphins were gorgeous!