Wherever you are in the country, this beach resort
that’s been a dream Palawan destination is near your reach, and here are the details of how.
Air Swift offers direct flights for Manila, departing from the Manila Domestic Airport Terminal 4, Andrews Avenue, Pasay City. It will only take approximately 55 minutes to get to Lio Airport. Travelers from Cebu, Clark, Coron, Busuanga, Boracay, and Bohol can take straight flights.
You can also go to El Nido through San Vicente, Palawan, where you can fly in via Clark on Philippine Airlines or from Manila (Terminal 4) using Skyjet. From there, it will take approximately three hours to travel by land to El Nido. Van services are available for hire, and for further assistance, Seda Lio, El Nido, can assist you with your transportation requirements.
For travelers from Puerto Princesa, Palawan, it will take approximately six hours to travel by land to El Nido. Van services are available for hire and recommended, but buses are also a good alternative.
There is also a complimentary roundtrip airport transfer from Lio Airport to Seda Lio then to Lio Airport. Seda Lio’s hotel shuttle will pick you up from the Lio airport and take you to Seda Lio, only 5 minutes away. Note that airport transfers are complimentary.
For travelers from San Vicente and Puerto Princesa, you may contact Seda Lio through their email address or contact numbers to arrange van requirements and further transportation assistance.
Shuttle service to the town proper is also available for Seda Lio guests, only a 20-minute drive. You can arrange island hopping tours at the hotels’ front desk. Activities such as dining, shopping for arts and crafts for sale, and others are located at Kalye Artesano, within walking distance from the hotel.
Address: Lio Tourism Estate, 5313 Palawan
Contact Numbers: 0917 8190852| 0917 8190170 | 0917 8257424 | 0917 8181929
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
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