Besides our private white sand beach and diving, amun ini also offers a number of tours in Bohol island that will keep you busy during your visit. We can arrange to book a tour for you that includes a vehicle and a driver guide who will pick you up and take you back to this resort.
Available tours in Bohol island from amun ini
Of the many tours in Bohol island, a must see attraction are the world famous Chocolate Hills, the oldest and most popular tourist spot in the island. More than a thousand mounds of symmetrical grass covered limestone hills dot the landscape as far as the eye can see. During the dry season, the grass turns brown, and the hills take the look of chocolate kisses, thus their name. On the way back, stop by the Tarsier reserve to see this cute primate with huge eyes and is no bigger than a man’s hand. Tarsiers are an endangered species due to their shrinking habitat and is said to number less than a thousand in the wild. Read more
The Loboc River tour shows you an inside view of rural Bohol life as it follows the winding path of the river further inland. See the homes of the native Boholanos as they go about their daily life. Time permitting, you can pass by Baclayon Church which was built by the Jesuits in 1595. One of the oldest churches constructed in the Philippines, it is made mostly of coral quarried off the shore of Baclayon town. These were dragged to the site by slave labor provided by natives who had rebelled earlier against their Spanish colonial masters.
Among the many tours in Bohol island, the Lamanoc Island Tour is the closest to amun ini. Lamanoc island has a mystical air that surrounds it due in part to its unique history. It has several caves, some which have drawings and skeletons that are suspected to pre-date the Spanish colonial period. It is also said to have been the hiding place of a witch doctor who fled her village after the town people denounced her practices to authorities. From the mainland, you will be taken through mangrove swamps to a jetty. A boatman will then paddle a tiny banca or outrigger boat to the island.
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