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Amun Ini Beach Resort is set on an idyllic, private beach cove surrounded by a 14 kilometre long coral reef on the main island of Bohol. The resort is 90 kilometres / 90 minutes drive from Tagbilaran (10 minutes before you reach Anda) on the eastern tip of the island. Situated in a quiet location, you will be sure to leave Amun Ini feeling completely relaxed after your stay.
The resort has 16 spacious Ocean View Deluxe Rooms housed in two cogon thatched roof longhouses. The 60m² resort rooms are air conditioned and feature large floor to ceiling picture windows and a pebble floored terrace with a view of the Bohol Sea. The rooms have king or twin beds, a sofa bed, comfortable and contemporary furniture, flatscreen cable TV, internet, mini-bar and modern en-suite bathroom.
Restaurant and beach bar with a decent wine selection and fine views of the infinity pool, beach and the clear blue waters of the Bohol Sea and Camiguin Island in the distance, sun lounges, hammocks, spa, dive centre, kayaks.
Scuba dive, snorkel, paddle board, kayak, mountain bike, hike, take a nature walk or cruise on a motorised outrigger boat.
Tour Lamanoc Island with it's mystical caves and mysterious past - walk through a mangrove forest on a bamboo boardwalk. At the end of the boardwalk you will take a kayak to get onto La Manok Island where you'll be guided to the caves, some of which have wall drawings and skeletons that are suspected to pre-date the Spanish colonial period and where ancient Andahanons brought native chicken (manok) to offer to the spirits (engkanto) during their rituals.