Costa Rica promotes tourism due to the crystal clear lagoon of Nya04/20/2022
América Retail magazine highlighted the tourism boost that the Costa Rican city of Guanacaste has received thanks to the PAL™ development of Crystal Lagoons.
Located in Guanacaste, 40 km. from the Pacific coast and next to the international airport, will take beach life to inland areas of this province of Costa Rica that value this type of area. It is estimated that the public access project receives more than 1 million visitors a year.
The project will be built on a 9-acre site, it will have seven public and private white-sand beaches, an island, four sports marinas and a 4 acre trail.
PAL™ business model
Public Access Lagoons™, the concept and business model created by Crystal Lagoons has emerged as a robust investment alternative offering perpetual income and offers profits far superior to those obtainable in other industries.
PAL™ projects they are not only the business of the future, but also the sustainable recreational activity of the future, bringing beach life, water sports and entertainment just steps from home.
This is because they offer new public spaces of value and quality of life to millions of people, providing social inclusion, recreation and relaxation, especially in cities far from the coast, congested or with unfriendly public spaces
“The PAL™ complexes allow access to the crystalline lagoon and white sandy beaches to the general public via a ticketed entry, allowing visitors to experience a tropical paradise in the middle of the city. Additionally, the space surrounding the lagoon has areas for trade shows, product launches, cultural activities in multiple settings, weddings, hotels, retail, restaurants, terraces, domes and amphitheaters,” says Jean Pierre Juanchich, regional director for Latin America and the Caribbean of Crystal Lagoons.
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