4 Travel Destinations offering Virtual Tours for Free During Covid19 Pandemic

It’s too tough for a travel hungry souls to stay confined between the walls and it gets tougher when we mock on to those idiot box channels who don’t have anything to show except for their rising infection charts across the nation and world wide. Every mornings be like there would be some ray of hope or someday when we can wake up with the sign that things are working fine and we can have a ball like ever before. Watching landscapes over the screens is something that brings relief to travel enthusiasts during the pandemic.

We all  miss the adrenaline rush of an adventure ride, the salty air around the sea, and the challenge of conquering a new mountain? Fret not! You can now experience the joy of travelling the world, without having to leave your house. Gear up for travelling virtually and beating the corona-quarantine in style, with our tried and tested suggestions out there. At least traveling virtually is something which we would love to explore in the mean time to soothe our travel souls. Moving forward with this notion, four of the top travel destinations are now offering virtual tours that too for free. Here’re the 4 travel destinations which you can explore virtually:

  • Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort, USA:

The destination which your kids gonna surely love to explore and this will make them drool. Beginning lockdown, one can now explore Disney Parks like never before – right from their phone or computer – on Google Street View. Disney has just launched a series of 360-degree panoramas featuring Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort locations everyone would want to check out to help plan your next vacation when everything is sorted. To create the 360-degree imagery at Disney Parks, Google used Street View Trekker, a wearable backpack with a camera system on top. The Trekker is worn by an operator and is moved through walkways and structures, automatically gathering images. Imagery is then stitched together to create the 360-degree panoramas you can see today. This sounds very exciting for all of us at India who have always thought of the Disneyland character in their dreams and had wished to visit sometime during their lifetime.  Take a peek:

Virtual tour to Disneyland resorts: Follow the link

  • National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne:

Maybe, visiting Australia is something you might not consider now but this will surely make you feel out there and lighten your mood and soul. National gallery of Victoria is offering virtual tours too during this pandemic. Here’s the link in case you want to feel better and soothe your travel soul- follow the link

  • The Louvre, Paris:

Enjoy the Louvre from home! During this closing period, experience the museum online. The major attractions of this virtual tour would include, * Meet Mona Lisa in person with your smartphone ! Produced in collaboration with HTC VIVE, the VR experience “Mona Lisa: Beyond the Glass” reveals the new scientific research on the famous Da Vinci’s masterpiece! * Explore in a 360° experience the Louvre Abu Dhabi’s latest exhibition “Furusiyya: The art of chivalry between East and West” and learn fascinating stories about the culture of knights! * Have you ever listen to the works of the Louvre? Florian Boullot (Paris ASMR) and Emma Smith (WhispersRed ASMR) invite you to a special visit of the museum! * L’Onde du Midi by is revealing itself! The Louvre has commissioned another major public artwork, inviting EliasCrespin to design a permanent piece for the museum. Discover the behind-the-scenes of his mobile sculpture! Just follow the link here

  • Yosemite National Park, USA:

The most popular region of Yosemite National Park is Yosemite Valley – an approximately 7-1/2 mile long section of the park comprising about 3,800 acres. While this is only about a half of one percent of the total area of the park, Yosemite Valley attracts by far the most visitors each year. Most people are drawn here by the stunning scenery, imposing cliffs, and spectacular waterfalls. The vast majority of Yosemite’s in-park lodging is found in Yosemite Valley, as well as its campgrounds, and food & dining facilities. Follow the virtual tour link

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These virtual destinations are worth a try for everyone. When pictures and words come together to weave the tale of a destination, be rest assured that you will enjoy travelling the world without the hassle of crossing borders. Browse online and read up exciting stories — from life in the Himalayas to living by the sea and a walk through these parks and museums of world class. Looking for more ideas, tap on to Rail Recipe blog and explore more.

 

4 Travel Destinations offering Virtual Tours for Free During Covid19 Pandemic

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3 thoughts on “4 Travel Destinations offering Virtual Tours for Free During Covid19 Pandemic

  1. We all wanna enjoy every moment of our life by travelling around the world but unfortunately we can’t do so right now.Virtual travelling is something which we can do in this pandemic of Covid19. Here, we can not only see the reality but can also explore our nature’s beauty far beyond us in just few moments hence fight the boredom & stay stress-free.
    Our earth is full of wonders and we have no time to go and watch everything in this busy life this site helps us and our elders who can’t travel due to inability to travel long distances can watch videos at home and enjoy viewing the beautiful parks,galleries, resorts etc, virtually.

  2. We all are missing travelling practically and literally nowadays.we all wanna enjoy and stay happy by stepping out of our house but unfortunately we can’t do so right now.vitual travelling is possible in this pandemic covid 19.In india itself there are many tourists spot which we can travel and enjoy there.But now we all are helpless .I would like to thanks railrecipe blogs for giving us proper guidance and information

  3. While travel has come to a near standstill during the coronavirus pandemic, technology is allowing you to visit almost any place on the planet in the blink of an eye. According to Google Keyword Planner data, searches for the term “virtual tour” increased seven times—from 1,300 in February to almost 10,000 in March, when governments around the world began locking down countries and cities. And as billions of people around the world continue to shelter in place, the numbers keep rising.

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