(PRWEB) February 06, 2013
Anguilla-Beaches.com, the highest-traffic site about the tiny Caribbean island of Anguilla, has launched a relaxing new website, Anguilla Calm ( http://calm.ai ).
The site's energetic founder, Nori Evoy, says that the "the one-page, video-based site was created to bring the soul-soothing sights and rolling rhythms of Anguilla's beaches to people around the globe."
Anguilla Calm does indeed put you into a beachchair right on Anguilla's world-renowned sandy beaches. On that note, Ms. Evoy adds:
"While Anguilla's beaches are famous among luxury travelers and those in the know, it's amazing to say that most people have still never heard of it."
She continues, "When I tell someone where I live, they ask in surprise, 'that country in Africa?'"
To eliminate that problem, this simple, elegant site brings the mesmerizing waves of the sea straight to your monitor.
The site is its own relaxation device. The endlessly looping videos provide special minutes of Anguillian calm in people's busy days.
On that note, Ms. Evoy adds that "the app is on its way, so people will soon have a moment of Anguilla Calm right in their pocket."
"Anguilla Calm" captures the "tranquility wrapped in blue" of a place that Ms. Evoy loves.
Then, pick a beach. Inhale. Exhale.
Repeat as needed.
Anguilla Background: A tiny island in the Caribbean (39 square miles, population 15,000 excluding the goats), Anguilla is known globally for its $20,000/night villas and star power. The jetset visit this little piece of paradise for its five-star dining, luxury resorts and villas, and the endless, white-sand beaches.