The travel documentary about the North German Wadden Sea takes you to one of the most beautiful regions in the extreme northwest of Schleswig-Holstein.
The North German Wadden Sea is the largest national park in Germany. Influenced by the tides, the North German Wadden Sea is a unique habitat for plants and animals, which is always worth a visit.
The journey begins on the island of Foehr with a visit in spring and summer. After arriving at the port of Wyk, the tour goes along the beaches in the south with a visit to Nieblum up to Utersum in the west of the island. The journey continues with a day trip to the neighboring island Amrum. Amrum is known for its huge sand dunes and the Kniepsand that moves slowly along the west coast to the north.