Of one thing we’re sure: we could all use a dose of escapism right now. We may not be able to go outside and appreciate the beauty of the world, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t do it virtually!
You can still explore the natural wonders of National Parks, get mesmerized by wonders such as the Aurora Borealis and daydream about the magical world we live in!
Here are 5 immerse virtual experiences that will make you travel from your own home!
Thanks to a live stream from the Churchill Northern Studies Centre in Manitoba, Canada, we can now gaze at this jaw-dropping spectacle of nature. Also known as the Aurora Borealis, this luminous phenomenon is visible when the earth’s magnetic fields interact with charged particles from the sun.
Is climbing the Great Wall on the top of your travel bucket list? Good news: you can still check that item off! The China Guide is giving travellers the chance to take a virtual hike on the heritage site, a true wonder of the world that stretches more than 3,000 miles across northern China. The great thing? You can do it from the comfort of your bed
This interactive tour will take you on an extraordinary trip around America’s most spectacular National Parks. You’ll be taken to an amazing natural environment in California, to explore cliffs, waterfalls, trails, forests and meadows. The 360° virtual panoramas are presented in high resolution, so you can zoom in and out to see each detail, almost as if you were there!
There are wonders of nature, and wonders made by men’s hands, such as the Michelangelo’s frescoes in Sistine Chapel. So get comfy, grab a snack and contemplate the chapel’s ceiling, one of the most renowned works of the High Renaissance. Forget about the annoying tourists, you’ll have “The Creation of Adam” all to yourself!
Prepare yourself to watch one of Spring’s most poetic phenomenons: the blooming cherry trees. Thanks to the #BloomCam, you’ll be able to have a glimpse of the pink myriad of blossoming trees in Washington DC. Fun fact: did you know that these symbolic flowers represent hope and renewal?