Crystal Lagoons Corp, company that creates immense crystalline lagoons as Guinness world record-holding swimming pool San Alfonso del Mar, and real estate company Sama Jordan inaugurated the first resort that brings idyllic beach paradise to Jordan. “Dead Sea Lagoon” is located at 31 km of Amman and has an investment of US $160 million. It includes a 3 ha lagoon surrounded by white-sand private beaches, palm trees and 1,000 home units, and is the first of a real estate revolution that Crystal Lagoons is developing in Jordan, including more than 40 projects in the entire Middle East region.
“Dead Sea Lagoon” will give an unprecedented turn to local tourism that until now was only focused on the therapeutic benefits of the Dead Sea, which is 10 times more salty than any other ocean and doesn’t have the necessary conditions for developing beach life. Crystal Lagoons brings Idyllic beach paradise to the region thanks to its unique concept that allows to develop unlimited sized crystal clear water lagoons with cutting edge technology patented in 160 countries that provides the ideal conditions for bathing and practicing water sports, by ensuring the quality and clarity of large bodies of water at very low construction and maintenance costs.
Crystal Lagoons is developing several projects in the Middle East region as US$5,500 million real estate project “City of Stars Lagoons” developed together with Citystars Holding and Pyramids Plaza in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt. This project includes 30,000 home units, 6 five star hotels, museum, golf courses, shopping center and 10 giant crystalline lagoons that bring together 100 hectares of crystalline water in the middle of the desert. This project will exceed San Alfonso del Mar, in Chile, which has 8 ha of surface area and 1 km in length.
The company, which has offices in USA, Egypt, Dubai and Chile is developing other projects in the region in places as Egypt, Pakistan, UAE and Oman. Currently, Crystal Lagoons is present in 180 urban, recreational and public developments in 45 countries which an associated investment of US $100 billion.