Crystal Lagoons® Water Amenities “Next Level” Tourist Attractions16 April, 2020 / News
Vacation Idea, an international travel and tourism website, has released an article touching on how many resorts around the world have taken swimming pools to the “next level”, offering man-made water features recreating beachfront experiences and elaborate rooftop pools providing spectacular skyline views. The piece includes a ranking which names five of Crystal Lagoons® amenities, classifying some of the U.S. multinational water innovation firm’s most emblematic pure turquoise lagoons. The following are just two of the company’s projects mentioned, which also happen to be featured in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Citystars Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt)
Citystars Sharm El Sheikh is the official Guinness World Record holder for the largest manmade crystalline lagoon since 2015. The 30-acre crystalline lagoon is surrounded by idyllic white sand beaches, offering opportunities for swimming, kayaking, and sailing. The lagoon is part of a renowned Sharm El Sheikh resort. Located in the Sinai desert, the firm founded by Fernando Fischmann uses unique, patented sustainable technology.
The extraordinary advantages offered by this technology, its low construction and maintenance costs and its sustainable properties, have allowed Crystal Lagoons to have today a portfolio of more than 600 projects in different stages of operation, planning, design and construction in more than 60 countries worldwide.
San Alfonso del Mar (Chile)
Located on the coast of Chile, San Alfonso del Mar is a private residential resort in Algarrobo, approximately an hour from the nation’s capital city of Santiago. Due to its monumental dimensions, it was awarded the firm’s first Guinness World Record, prior to its Egyptian counterpart in Sharm El Sheik. It spans over 20 acres and is a kilometer in length, residents can enjoy swimming and other water sports in a safe, controlled environment.
Vacation Idea also sites as tourist attractions a series of other Crystal Lagoons projects, namely Mahasamutr in Thailand,and Las Brisas and Laguna Bahia, both in Chile.
In the last few years, Crystal Lagoons has experienced exponential growth in countries such as United States, Egypt, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, Spain, and several nations across Latin America, such as Brazil, Argentina and Chile.
Crystal Lagoons is an American multinational innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size clear water lagoons at very low costs.