"amun ini" means "this is ours" in the ilonggo dialect...
and when you come to the amun ini resort in Bohol, it is yours too, your home away from home. Whether you’re simply soaking in the sun on our white sand beach, diving in the waters nearby, or feasting on a great meal in our restaurant, you will always feel at home at amun ini, your resort in Bohol. Visit our picture gallery below then see what our guests think of amun ini from their reviews on Trip Advisor.Read more
amun ini is spread out on a three hectare private beach property in the municipality of Anda, Bohol province in the Philippines. This beach resort in Bohol is accesible from either Manila or Cebu City, the two main ports of entry to the Philippines from overseas. We have a great view of a crystal clear blue sea that has a 15 kilometer long coral reef. Amun ini resort in Bohol offers endless attractions for snorkeling and diving enthusiasts.
Resort in Bohol adventures
The waters around amun ini and the surrounding hills await you with a wide range of activities and adventures. You can go on nature walks, mountain biking, or hiking in the immediate vicinity of amun ini. From our beach you can go kayaking, snorkeling, or simply have a pleasant and relaxing cruise on a motorized outrigger boat anywhere along the Anda shoreline. Amun ini is a beach resort in Bohol that offers all these besides first class amenities and accomodations.
Bohol tourist attractions
If you want a break from the sun and sea, there are many things to do in Bohol island. For a change of pace you can go on a tour and get a taste of Philippine history, culture and local color and go home with more than just a nice tan. What to do can be a difficult choice because of the many alternatives Bohol has to offer. Whatever your decision is, 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 the resort.
A must see attraction in Bohol 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. Afterwards, 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.
Other tourist attractions include the Loboc River tour, Baclayon church, and Lamanok island tour which is located half an hour away from amun ini. Our friendly staff can arrange to book you on any of these tours.
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