Virtual Travel – Easily Travel from Home Resource

Virtual Travel – Easily Travel from Home Resource

Virtual Travel from Home

Well it’s 2021, but travel is still not quite what it used to be. While it may be possible to travel world wide again soon, the process may be cumbersome. Of course the number one thing we learned from 2020 is to think differently. So virtual travel is now a real form of travel. Therefore we should embrace it!

This post includes virtual travel options for many places all over the world. Not only will you find some of the top bucket list locations, but museums and National Parks too. Keep reading and I’m sure you’ll find something for you.

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Experience Wonderful Museum Virtual Tours

Virtual Travel - Museums

As a result of the current Coronavirus situation the idea of travel has been put on hold or is extremely limited. Of course that does not mean you can’t travel virtually. Because we are lucky enough to live in a technologically advanced world, we have the advantage of visiting other countries virtually. I must admit that Google’s Arts and Culture site really blew me away. Not only can you visit the British Museum, but you can tour Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, and Musée d’Orsay in Paris. Additionally there are many more to choose from.

The Smithsonian offers a virtual tour of the National Museum of Natural History online, likewise, the Museum of Metropolitan of Art in New York City, does as well.

Virtual Travel - Pyramids of Giza

Top Bucket List Places in the World

It is important to realize that virtual travel is not only great when we can’t travel, but it’s great for those who are unable to travel as well. Even though most countries have tried to make exploring accessibility friendly, it’s not always ideal. Virtual travel allows new freedom for those with restrictions. The following tours include some of the most visited places in the world.

Virtual Travel - The Colosseum

Eiffel Tower

The Colosseum

Taj Mahal

Pyramids of Giza

Palace of Versailles

Kiyomizu-dera Temple

Virtual Travel - Kiyomizu-dera Temple

Machu Picchu

Stonehenge

Amazing National Parks of the World

This is by far the best virtual travel options for families. In the first place it’s a zero cost option for this kind of educational experience. Second, it’s fun entertainment for everyone in the safety of home.

USA National Parks
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Visit Yellowstone National Park – The National Park service has put together multiple in-depth tours of the park for you to enjoy anytime, anywhere.

Yosemite National Park – Enjoy spectacular views, as well as nature sounds to immerse yourself in this amazing U.S. national park.

Hike the Grand Canyon – Of course you might really enjoy an interactive hike of the Grand Canyon. This awesome tour allows you to do just that from your couch.

More US National Parks: In fact, here you will find another five stunning tours.

More Parks Around the World
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Banff & Lake Louise – Similarly you can immerse yourself in the dramatic beauty of the Canadian Rookies with these virtual travel options.

Los Glaciares National Park, Argentinian Patagonia – Equally amazing at the other end of North America is this park.

Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, China – Definitely one of China’s most famous parks and a must see.

Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania This virtual travel experience allows you to climb the highest peak in the world.

Abisko National Park, Sweden – Not only can you view the breathtaking Northern Lights in this video, but you can go dog-sledding too. Cool!

Great Barrier Reef Last but not least, take an interactive plunge into the Great Barrier Reef.

Explore Caves Around the World

Virtual Travel - Sơn Đoòng
Photo by Lê Tân on Unsplash

Next, climb, crawl and sail through some of the most astonishing caves across the globe. You can explore swirling blue caverns of the Patagonian Andes, as well as Vietnam’s underground cave system. Plus there are more!

Visit More Unesco World Heritage Sites

Virtual Travel - Pompeii Unesco World Heritage Site
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Virtual travel of 40 more UNESCO World Heritage Sites is also available on Google Arts & Culture. Not only can you visually enjoy their beauty, but you can learn more about the efforts to save these world gems.

Finally, I do hope you enjoyed these virtual travel tours, and that you felt as if you were actually there. If you are compelled to start planning for the future, check out some amazing deals here.

Meanwhile, if you’re looking for other cool places to see in virtually check out Exploring Majestic Bruges, Belgium and Fun Things to do in Buenos Aires.

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Lisa Soots

I love to inspire people, travel, and photography. I have created this blog to inspire you to travel or allow you to travel vicariously through me. My photographs are meant to excite you to venture out to see this great, big, beautiful world. Most importantly, I want to inspire you to live your best life.

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