Tourists on the Hong Kong Dolphin Watch tour around Lantau Island on October 9. Photo: Xiaomei ChenTourists on the Hong Kong Dolphin Watch tour around Lantau Island on October 9. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Tourists on the Hong Kong Dolphin Watch tour around Lantau Island on October 9. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Sharp drop in foreign visitors keen to spot Hong Kong’s endangered pink dolphins, as tourism slump caused by protests takes its toll

  • Struggling tour operator Dolphin Watch appeals to locals and visitors to help it stay in business
  • Only 32 pink dolphins were spotted in Hong Kong waters last year, down from 188 in 2003

Topic |   Tourism
Tourists on the Hong Kong Dolphin Watch tour around Lantau Island on October 9. Photo: Xiaomei ChenTourists on the Hong Kong Dolphin Watch tour around Lantau Island on October 9. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Tourists on the Hong Kong Dolphin Watch tour around Lantau Island on October 9. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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