Crystal Lagoons has unveiled eight mega projects in the Middle East. This will add to its regional portfolio as the company looks to develop low maintenance crystalline lagoons for leisure experiences. One of the new projects include the operational launch of an initial phase of its Meydan mega lagoons project.
“This is an exciting time to be in the forefront of tourism in the Middle East. A lot of ongoing investment is being seen put into tourism infrastructure in key markets from Oman to Saudi Arabia. This is further coupled with a positive economic outlook for a number of GCC nations. Our projects support key tourism players and government bodies in further positioning the region for leisure experiences,” said Kevin P Morgan, CEO, Crystal Lagoons.
The new projects will include Radmis Egypt lagoon, the second development in Egypt. “We are now developing a second one for Sharm El Sheikh -Radamis Lagoon – which will be the turquoise centerpiece for this three-property, 2500-room mixed-use development,” added Morgan.
The company will also be venturing into Saudi Arabia for the first time, with two major developments under construction, both lagoons located in Jeddah.