Thanks to the movie ‘Flipper’, dolphins have become one of the most loved creatures, especially by children. Because of their playful and friendly nature, most people would not pass up an opportunity to see these finned mammals in person. You don’t have to go far to do so; dolphins do thrive in Philippine shores. One of the places you can go to is the Malampaya Sound Land and Seascape Protected Area in the town of Taytay, located in the northwestern portion of Palawan.
The word ‘sound’ actually means a sea or ocean inlet larger than a bay. It is also used to mean a narrow passage of water between two bodies of land, much like a ‘strait’. So don’t let the term confuse you. [Read more…]