About Ayala Land
Ayala Land, Inc. (ALI) is one of the largest and most diversified property developer in the Philippines, operating prime commercial spaces throughout the country. It is engaged in the masterplanning and development of mixed-use communities with residential, retail, office, hotel, and leisure components, within growth centers across strategic areas around the country.
Masterplanned as an ecologically and financially sustainable tourism destination, Lio shall be home to a thriving community with residential and civics space, hotels and resorts, tourism and commercial establishments with world-class amenities that blends with the place’s natural features.
Lio’s character and design are guided by principles of sustainability – developing the land with the least impact to the environment.
- Lio Beach’s character and design are guided by principles of sustainability – developing the land with the least impact to the environment.
Road network shall be developed for a secure and convenient access within the development. Lio shall be developed to be pedestrian friendly providing guests to explore by foot or by bicycle with dedicated pathwalks and bike trails.
- Infrastructure and Utilities
Lio Beach will be developed with well planned infrastructure and utilities including power, water, telecommunications, drainage and storm water systems, and waste management systems.
About Ten Knots Philippines, Inc.
The people behind the renowned El Nido Resorts. Ten Knots was founded by diving enthusiasts who explored the Philippines on the M/V Via Mare. They believed that ten knots is the ideal speed not only in getting to their dive destination quickly, but also cruising leisurely enough to appreciate and enjoy Nature’s endowments. Thus, the name Ten Knots reflects the company’s ideals to strive for a balance between meeting human needs and caring for nature.
Since its inception, Ten Knots has advocated responsible tourism and has exercised stewardship over its natural environment. For nearly three decades, Ten Knots has strived to maintain a delicate balance between achieving tourism development goals, conserving the fragile environment where it operates, and meeting the needs of the local community.