Amun Ini

Bohol, Philippines
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"Anda is a little-known corner of Bohol and home to the best diving on the island. From Amun Ini, divers will have access to over 30 sites with few other divers around" - India, Reefscape Travel Director


Amun Ini is a great spot for divers looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of Panglao Beach and experience some of Bohol’s best diving. The resort is perched above a white sand beach with access to 38 dive sites. Anda is a lesser known part of Bohol and the coral health here is excellent.  

Double Bed Amun Ini
Twin Room Amun Ini
Bathroom Area Amun Ini
Twin Beds Room Amun Ini
Ocean View Amun Ini
Amun Ini Rooms Exterior

In Depth

With just 16 rooms spread throughout the Philippino jungle, this is a very special spot. The remote location allows for the best diving on the island. Dining is a relaxed affair in the large open air restaurant in front of Amun Ini’s impressively large swimming pool, serving up a mix of western fare and Asian classics. The bungalows are simple and comfortable with large king size beds and spacious bathrooms. Each has its own small balcony for divers to relax after a day exploring the healthy local reefs.   

Aerial Resort Amun Ini
A resting turtle in the Philippines
Twin Beds Amun Ini

The Diving

Diving is operated from the on site dive centre down by the resort’s private beachfront. There are up to 4 guided dives per day; a 2-tank morning, an afternoon dive and a house reef night dive available. Diving is all at local sites from large bangkas (traditional Philippino boats) with a giant stride entry. Full equipment rental can be arranged with prior notice, and Nitrox fills are available.

The dive team are made up of a group of local guides and international instructors and are an excellent team prioritising safety and guest experience. Private guides can be arranged with advance warning. Snorkelling on the house reef is possible and there is plenty to see!  

Beyond the Reef

Diving aside, guests can book in a massage for some down time, or borrow the resort’s kayaks or paddleboards to head out into the tranquil waters. If guests are looking to go further afield, we can organise a day trip to see the famous Chocolate Hills, or a visit to the tarsier sanctuary to see the island’s smallest primates. A trip to Lamanoc will take guests to a nearby island to explore caves with mysterious wall paintings.  


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