March 27, 2019

Amun Ini Resort & Spa in Anda, Bohol: An Eco-Friendly Diving Paradise

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  • Amun Ini Beach Resort and Spa in Anda is an eco-friendly resort known for their scenic natural attractions. The resort boasts an incredible view of the sea which makes it known as a diver’s paradise. The resort also has a 300-meter wide beach that is their own private cove. 

    “Amun ini” is an Ilonggo term which means “this is ours.” The resort aims to be a “home away from home,” providing guests with an unforgettable experience. 

    The resort only has two room types, both equipped with cable TV, a mini bar, air conditioning, and a patio. However, their Deluxe Twin Room (USD 275/night) has two beds while the Deluxe King Room (USD 275/night) has one king bed. Their design is a fusion of traditional and modern elements, and all of the rooms in this resort feature an ocean view.

    Deluxe King Room

    Amun Ini’s restaurant is a narrative of the owner’s personal culinary experience and heritage. Their chefs created a menu that takes guests on a flavorful trip by using locally-sourced ingredients to create a world-class dining experience.

    The wine selection at Amun Ini is carefully selected to match their carefully curated menu. The wines are carefully stored to maintain quality, and their bar has a wide selection of drinks which ensures that there is something for everyone.

    When dining at their restaurant, you’ll have a picturesque view of the infinity pool, the beach, and the island of Camiguin in the distance. They also have a small lounge near the restaurant that’s a perfect place to relax and have a few drinks.

    A visit to Amun Ini would be incomplete if you won’t try Hilotarium spa. Derived from the word “hilot,” an ancient Filipino healing method, the spa therapy combines aromatherapy and massage that promotes natural healing. The massage area is located in a spot that overlooks the beach, providing the ideal ambiance for relaxation.

    You’ll also experience a lot of activities at Amun Ini as they also organize tours around Bohol so that you can experience the beauty that the Philippines has to offer. They also take pride in their diving facilities as they have more than 33 dive sites and a well-equipped briefing and equipment facility. This ensures that your diving experience will be the best with Amun Ini.

    How to get here:

    • The resort offers transfers to and from the airport and the seaport. You may coordinate with their front desk regarding these services.
    • By private car: From the new Bohol Panglao International Airport, take the Dauis-Panglao Road going to the Bohol Circumferential Road. Continue to follow the Bohol Circumferential Road then make a right at the Anda Provincial Road follow along this road then make a right at Basdio Road. Follow along Basdio Road, Amun Ini Beach Resort & Spa should be at the road’s end. Do take note that the resort is 2 hours away from Panglao with regular traffic.

    General Information:

    Address: Sitio Bas Dako, Barangay Candabong, Anda, Bohol
    Contact Number: 038-510-6230 / 0939-903-4536 / 0917-796-5412
    Check-in: 2 p.m.
    Check-out: 12 p.m.
    Website: amunini.com
    Facebook: Amun Ini Resort & Spa, Anda, Bohol
    Instagram: amuniniresort


    This first appeared on Philippine Primer’s Japanese Magazine April 2019 issue.
    Images grabbed from Amun Ini Beach Resort & Spa’s Website.

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