Thursday, November 02, 2006


             Bais City in Negros Oriental has become famous for its dolphin and whale watching tours. We had that opportunity when the Executive Board of the Canon Law Society of the Philippines held its meeting in Bais sponsored by Fr. Gammy Tulabing who was then the parish priest of Bais in Oct. 25, 2005. Spinner dolphins came out during our sight seeing tour at the Tañon Strait which is between Negros and Cebu. We did not get to see the whales.

Bais City, Negros Oriental
Founded: 1880

The 7km long sandbar stuck out in the middle of the sea in Bais was a unique way of having a picnic.

Together with Fr. Javier Gonzales, OP

Our host during our stay in Bais, Fr. Gammy Tulabing, the parish priest of Bais (right), Bishop Medroso of Borongan and Bishop Du of Dumaguete.

The members of the Executive Board of the Canon Law Society of the Philippines having a picnic after the meeting.

Fr. Boy Opalalic trying to hold a violet jelly fish that beached itself.


Anonymous said...

hello...may i ask if you could recommend a decent boating company for the dolphin and whale watching? we are planning to visit duma this holy week and will be travelling with kids. thank you so much. please email me at

best regards..

Anonymous said...

Il semble que vous soyez un expert dans ce domaine, vos remarques sont tres interessantes, merci.

- Daniel