Dolphin-Watching in Hong Kong

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Section 2 - Dolphins&Whales - 2. Dolphin-Watching

Dolphin watching activities in Hong Kong began around the mid-1990s, and it became more popular after 1997 when the dolphin was chosen as the ‘official mascot’ of Hong Kong’s hand-over ceremony. Since then, the demand to see wild Chinese white dolphins has increased in the past decade. This has led to problems caused by irresponsible dolphin-watching practices and activities.

Here you will find information on the positive and negative impacts of dolphin-watching, and some practical tips to watch Chinese white dolphins in Hong Kong including the right code-of-conduct.

Download PDF – Guide to Dolphin-watching in Hong Kong