Bais City News
The city of Bais in Negros Oriental has been serving as the base for boatloads of tourists on dolphin and whale-watching tours at the Tañon Strait, the body of water separating Negros Oriental from southern Cebu. Occasionally, a few species of whales, and even whale sharks may be spotted here but the vast majority of sighting are that of spinner dolphins, so named because they spin as they leap out of the water.
Enjoying the calm waters of Bais bay while watching the Dolphins swims freely and appreciating the pristine beauty of Manjuyod White Sandbar.
Dolphin watching in Bais Bay is really more fun. Dolphins are so adorable.
Great moments are hard to be captured by camera but I captured our's.
First of all, let me express my appreciation to the Honorable Vice Mayor and the SP Members for holding today's special session and inviting me to present the highlights of our executive performance over the past twelve months since I assumed office as your Local Chief Executive by virtue of our victory in the 2013 local elections.
Our Vision Statement is:
"BAIS, the God-loving City of empowered and resilient citizenry, in a sustainably managed community that is economically vibrant and progressive, yet with a life-nurturing and ecologically balanced environment catalyzed by dynamic loca ...
These lovely creatures are some of the reasons why we should protect our ocean.
Do you know that there are at least 9 species of dolphins found in the Philippines? Among these species are common bottlenose, Indo-Pacific bottlenose, irrawaddy, pantropical spotted, rough-toothed, striped, and spinner dolphins.
In the Visayas, Tañon Strait, found between Negros and Cebu islands is known for whale and dolphin watching. Tañon Strait even became a protected seascape under Proclamation No. 1234 of 1998 established by then President Fidel V. Ramos because of the several species of marine mamma ...