Crystal Lagoons in Forefront of Middle East Tourism and Real Estate Boom

Published on : Saturday, April 19, 2014

globeThe patented technology developer of giant crystalline lagoons, Crystal Lagoons, is boosting the profile of its budding portfolio of Middle East projects with eight operational or under development sites being added and the operational launch of a first phase at its Meydan mega lagoons project.


The new projects will include the Radmis Egypt lagoon, the second development for the country in Egypt, the first being the company’s largest in the Middle East.


The company already holds two Guinness World Records’ titles with winning locations at San Alfonso del Mar, Chile and Sharm El Sheik, Egypt, which is currently the world’s largest lagoon at twelve hectares.

Kevin P. Morgan, CEO, Crystal Lagoons says, “With ongoing investment into tourism infrastructure in key markets across the region from Oman to Saudi Arabia, and a positive economic outlook for a number of GCC nations specifically, this really is an exciting time to be at the forefront of leisure development in the Middle East.


In bringing this kind of revolutionary technology to the market, we are supporting key tourism players and government bodies in further positioning the region as a hub for unique quality-driven leisure experiences.”

For the first time, the company will also be venturing into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with two most important projects under construction; both lagoons will be located in Jeddah.


Crystal Lagoons’ portfolio of regional projects also includes the completed 4.29-hectare Dead Sea Lagoon in Jordan, a project developed in joint venture with Turath for Tourism & Real Estate Projects, and the under development four hectare lagoon located within the new Barka Resort in Oman.


The next phases of the lagoon project are set to be about 8 hectares and be delivered in 2016, with an additional 9 hectares completed by 2017.

Crystal Lagoons is positioning itself as offering an exclusive product differentiator to high profile tourism projects around the world, the only global company with the technological capability to make the development of giant controlled manmade bodies of water economically viable.

Its technology makes it achievable for people to enjoy a real beach experience in previously unimaginable locations.

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