Fernando Fischmann

Financial press highlights Crystal Lagoons first project in northern Peru

20 July, 2015 / News

The Peruvian financial newspaper “Gestión” highlighted the progress made at Flamencos, Crystal Lagoons’ project carries out in partnership with the real estate group Quantum in northern Peru.

Flamencos Condominio & Resort is a residential and recreational project that considers a 2.5-hectare crystal clear lagoon and that it will be located in northern Peru, specifically in the city of Huara.

Thanks to this crystalline lagoon “the Caribbean comes to northern Peru” Quantum, the real estate company, explains. Apart from the lagoon, Flamencos Condominio & Resort will have more than 50 hectares of green areas, sports zones and they will be just 15 minutes away from the city of Huacho.

In the lagoon of this exclusive luxury second home resort it will be possible to practice a wide variety of water sports and children will be able to have fun in an aquatic theme park that has waterslides and recreational games.

The complex will also include sports fields for the practice of many disciplines, cycling routes, and two club houses with spa. The project will be located near natural paradises such as the salt lagoons of Totoritas and Medio Mundo, and just a few minutes away from sacred cities such as Caral, Áspero, Bandurria and Vichama.

Peru is a promising market in which Crystal Lagoons bet year ago with projects such as “La Joya” at La Jolla de Asia. This super luxurious resort that is located minutes away from Lima already has a dream world 5.5-hectare navigable crystalline lagoon surrounded by private beaches of white sand. The company is currently developing other projects in different areas of that country.

Crystal Lagoons Corp. is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.



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