Mexican Media Spotlights Crystal Lagoons Diamante Project In Cabo San Lucas
Mexico has become the sixth most visited country, according to data from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO). In 2017, with almost 40 million inhabitants, the nation became the favorite destination for visitors who are fascinated by its attractions. One such attraction is Crystal Lagoons® development, Diamante Cabo San Lucas.
The multinational’s development in Mexico consists of a 12-acre idyllic crystalline lagoon in one of the country’s most touristic areas, Los Cabos, in the state of Lower California. This project is one of the protagonists of the list of artificial lagoons developed by the well-known Mexican digital tourism website El Souvenir, with the most impressive on the planet. All with the patented technology of Crystal Lagoons and that capture the interest of tourists from around the world.
Diamante Cabo San Lucas is spread out over 8500-acres and, in addition to its crystalline lagoon, hosts one of the world’s best golf courses, according to the prestigious magazine Golf Magazine Top 100 Courses. The complex is a low density project and includes villas which are valued between 2 to 4 million dollars. It also hosts five-star hotels, restaurants, cafés, gym, spa, tennis courts, cinema, a playground for children and large green areas, among others amenities. A true paradise of luxury reserved only for some.
In this sense, Jean Pierre Juanchich, Crystal Lagoons Regional Director for Latin America, points out that the project “due of its location on the Pacific coast, just 8 kilometers from San Lucas, its Mediterranean climate and year-round sunny weather, is oriented towards American segment of greater exclusivity; it is the crystal showcase of Crystal Lagoons”.
Crystal Lagoons is characterized for improving quality of life and providing an idyllic beach lifestyle concept to the environments in which it installs its projects. “As for Mexico, the firms currently has several projects planned,” said Juanchich. The crystalline lagoons continue to be the preferred amenity for tourist developments in Mexico, which according to WTO, continues to have a steady increase in tourists every year.
Crystal Lagoons 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 clear water lagoons at very low costs.
Source: El Souvenir