Wide sandy beaches, a clear blue sky, idyllic villages. This is how many people imagine the Caribbean. But the same applies to the so-called "Friesian Caribbean" off the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein. We are talking about the island of Föhr. For many years the small island has been an Eldorado for those seeking relaxation, who appreciate the mild and healthy climate on Föhr. But Föhr is also an attractive spot for active holidaymakers and water sports enthusiasts.
This is precisely why actor Falk-Willy Wild and the blue planet team travelled to the North Sea to find out all sorts of tourist highlights on Föhr and to learn more about the country and its people. Did you know that a tasty wine is grown on Föhr and so far in the north of Germany? The travel report shows how varied and invigorating a holiday on Föhr can be. It doesn't always have to be the real Caribbean!
Whether in the Australian Outback, in the urban canyons of Hong Kong, in the Rocky Mountains or in rural Lower Saxony: the team of blue planet tv is at home all over the world. In our travel magazines we present interesting and trendy destinations. It does not always have to be the Caribbean!
There are certainly many ways to bring exciting destinations closer to TV viewers. We have taken our own path and work with celebrities from film, television and sports. The result is our successful travel format "This is my ...". Each episode is a very personal travelogue, exciting and charming.
In addition to travel magazines, we also produce classic reports and documentaries. Our TV series "Myth Hong Kong" or - in 2017 - the documentary on AIDS orphans in South Africa are only two examples. In addition, we produce and design image films for TV, cinema and the Internet.
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