At present people all over the world are staying inside their houses to fight against the current pandemic. This means a visit to tourist places for a specific period has been stopped as many places has been shut down. So to prevent the well being of the world, all are maintaining a social distance from each other and staying within four walls of their home. Enjoy the beauties of the world by having some beautiful free virtual tours of the world. Now as you are stuck at home, then go for some free virtual tours of the world and bring the beauties of the world to your room. So let’s read What to do during social distancing ? Let’s go for Armchair traveling – free virtual tours you can take if you are stuck at home.
What all you need to access virtual tours | Armchair Traveling – Free virtual Tours you can take if you are stuck at home
- Good Internet Speed,
- High Resolution screen connected with internet & browser,
- Google Earth, Google Art & Culture and many official websites of tourist attractions.
- Also, before watching, check the local time of attraction as some of them are live cameras, so you may find dark there due to night at local time.
WATCH THE PREVIEW OF ALL ATTRACTIONS ON EARTH
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE ALL ATTRACTIONS BY GOOGLE EARTH VR.
FOR NATIONAL PARK LOVERS
Click here to take the virtual tour of YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
Download Google Arts & Culture as it brings up you the virtual tours of five national parks in the U.S. so you all can enjoy the beauty of the famous national parks while remaining safe in your homes. As, these parks are known for different climates and environments from across the country, various landscapes like desert vistas and snowy terrains.
Let’s take some virtual tours of Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah by clicking here.
FOR ZOOS/AQUARIUM LOVERS
Many zoos and aquariums have too started with virtual tours. Check some famous zoos or aquariums online –
CLICK HERE TO VIEW SAN DIEGO SAFARI PARK AT YOUR HOME
CLICK HERE TO VIEW MONTEREY BAY AQUARIUM’S PENGUINS VIRTUAL TOUR
FOR NATURE LOVERS – BEACHES & MOUNTAINS
KNOW MORE ABOUT MYKONOS, GREECE – HINDI VLOG
ENJOY THE PICTURESQUE LAKES OF AUSTRIA
Click here to take the virtual tour of Austrian lakes by Visit Austria.
GREAT BARRIER REEF – HAMILTON ISLAND , AUSTRALIA
CLICK HERE TO WATCH GREAT BARRIER REEF AND HAMILTON ISLAND BY IN 360 degrees BY VIRTUAL REALITY QANTAS.
SWEDEN -CLOSE TO NATURE BY VISIT SWEDEN
CLICK HERE TO TAKE NATURE TOUR OF SWEDEN BY VISIT SWEDEN.
NIAGARA FALLS STATE PARK VIRTUAL TOUR
Click here to take the tour of Niagara Falls State Park.
JUNGFRAU AND SWISS MOUNTAINS LIVE CAMERAS
Click here to view Swiss Alps live cameras
Click here to view Jungfrau live cameras view
TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF HAWAII & WAIKIKI BEACH
Click here to take the virtual tour of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park and Waikiki Beach by Google Earth
FOR HISTORIC SITES LOVERS
INDIA’S HISTORICAL SITES
ANCIENT CITY HAMPI
CLICK HERE TO TAKE VIRTUAL TOUR OF ANCIENT CITY – HAMPI
GOLCONDA FORT – HYDERABAD
CLICK HERE TO BOOK VIRTUAL TOUR OF GOLCONDA FORT TOUR.
ISTANBUL CITY TOUR – HINDI VLOG
ITALY’S HISTORICAL SITES
CLICK HERE TO TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF ITALY FOR ANCIENT HERITAGE SITES.
EGYPT HISTORICAL SITES
Take virtual tours of Pyramids of Egypt by clicking here
MACHU PICHU HISTORIC SITE
CLICK HERE TO TAKE MACHU PICHU, PERU VIRTUAL TOUR .
STREET/GRAFFITI ART TOURS
CLICK HERE TO TAKE VIRTUAL STREET ART/MURALS TOUR FROM STREET ART WITH GOOGLE
FOR MARINE LIFE LOVERS
CLICK HERE TO TAKE VIRTUAL DIVES TO ADMIRE OCEAN AND MARINE LIFE IN YOUR SITE AT
FOR MUSEUM & SPACE LOVERS
INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION VIRTUAL TOUR – CLICK HERE TO TAKE VIRTUAL TOUR – BY GOOGLE ARTS & CULTURE
MUMBAI’S SIDDHIVINAYAK TEMPLE
CLICK HERE FOR LIVE VIRTUAL GLIMPSE OF LORD GANESHA – SIDDHIVINAYK TEMPLE.
ITALY’S VATICAN CITY TOUR WITH THE SISTINE CHAPEL
CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE VIRTUAL TOUR OF VATICAN GROUNDS INCLUDING THE SISTINE CHAPEL.
FOR CITY LOVERS
VIRTUAL TOUR OF MUMBAI CITY by Pixel DoMedia
CLICK HERE FOR VIRTUAL TOUR OF MUMBAI – AERIAL VIEW OF MUMBAI.
NEW YORK CITY
Check famous NYC skyline – Times square On Google Earth by clicking here –
SAN FRANCISCO GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
CLICK HERE TO TAKE VIRTUAL TOUR OF SAN FRANCISCO BY EXPLORIT.
DUBAI – 360 VIEW BY DUBAI 360
CLICK HERE TO VIEW DUBAI IN 360 MODE.
For amazing views turn the mode of view to Little Planet and Fish Eye on the above mentioned link. Different modes of view gives a stunning view of DUBAI.
BEST BRIDGES IN THE WORLD – HINDI VLOG
LONDON – WESTMINSTER BRIDGE LIVE CAMERA
CLICK HERE TO VIEW STUNNING LONDON LIVE STREAM FROM WESTMINSTER BRIDGE
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE AMSTERDAM’S CITY CENTER ON BALTIC LIVE CAM
FOR AMUSEMENT PARK LOVERS
360 deg. ride under the Sea Journey of the Little Mermaid ride by Virtual Disney world.
Ride on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
There are more than 2500 virtual tours on Google Arts and Culture, which are accessible online from your personal space. Would love to know your favorite virtual tours. So enjoy Free virtual Tours you can take if you’re stuck at home. Looking for some creative ideas to do at home which revives your travel memories then click here to check some creative ideas or DIY projects to do at your home.
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These days I am always looking for ways to keep my wanderlust going. Virtual tours from home are a great way to add to the growing travel wish list. I love the idea of getting virtual tours around great outdoor spaces like the national parks. And any underwater virtual tours will grab us scuba divers for sure. Since I likely will never make it to space, that is one I need to check out!
I know, at present times, virtual tours are best
I used Explorit to do a virtual tour of New Orleans and it was fantastic! There was a tremendous amount of things to see and do. Lots of attractions were accompanied by videos to enhance the experience.
This is supercool, such a good advice! Now I know what I am doing this weekend, I am going on a walk of the Golden gate brdge 😀
Take some virtual tours of famous places, when you can’t travel.
This is an amazing resource. Now we can virtually travel to these dream destinations. Just opened the alps livecam from your post.
Good you loved it and enjoying your virtual Swiss trip.
What a fantastic resource for some armchair travel! I have bookmarked this page so I can refer back to it often. While I am truly missing my adventures during this difficult time–as so many of us are–having these virtual tours at my fingertips will help satisfy my wanderlust to some degree. Thank you for pulling together this great list.
This is such a cool list, Yukti. Thanks to Google Arts and Culture, I am now able to take so many historical tours just by sitting at home. Also, loved your collection of museums and national park tours. So thrilling for my kid. A perfect list for the times we are living in.
I honestly had no idea that such virtual tours are available for us. I used to think that most of these tours are for museums. I am going to download Google Arts & Culture and explore the national parks and the heritage sites virtually. Thanks for sharing these.
You would love them.
What a fantastic post full of ideas to help us with all our new found free time. There are lots of virtual tours I’m going to take. It’s really a great way to get some inspiration for your next trip!!
Thanks for finding out this post useful and yes virtual tours are great way to enjoy the world.
This is such a cool idea Yukti! I love national parks and nature so I might have to revisit Yosemite. Also what perfect timing for a virtual tour of Hampi! I was supposed to visit Hampi in 2 weeks but of course my trip is now postponed. I’ll be virtually touring the sights and getting excited for the time that I can reschedule my trip to India 🙂
Greay post!! Since most of us are in a lock down phase, educating yourself with all kinds of ways to utilize these time sounds absolutely perfect and taking a free virtual tour is one of the great idea. I guess its a great way for people who are addicted with traveling to experience traveling within the safety of their home.
Yes to see the world virtually is the best option at present.
What a great article,not just for the current COVID-19 situation we find ourselves in, but for everyday I general. I knew about virtual museum tours, but never thought about exploring the pyramids or US national parks via a computer. It is an entertaining yet educational way to pass our time in quarantine!
I agree that these resources are not useful in current situations but also a great resource for those who can’t travel due to many personal reasons. We can have the view of world on live cameras or virtual tours.
These are some brilliant resources for virtual tours. And yes, we should make the most of it right now. I did not know of the Hampi one….I am going to check that one out to see how it works. Am gonna look up the museum ones too. Thanks for sharing these.
I agree some are very interesting with all information too which sometimes we miss while going through these sites.
When I visited Cairo and the pyramids, the guide gave us just 2 h to walk around (1h we had time just to go inside Keops pyramid). For me, 2 h was not enough because the distances to cover are pretty big and I needed just 1 h to walk around Keops pyramid. It is ironic how now we can see everything from the tap of a button. Do you know if these virtual tours will be available also after this thing will be over?
I haven’t gotten to take any of the virtual tours yet. However, I’m looking forward to exploring some of these with my son and husband! My son loves wildlife, so I’m so happy that you included some options for that!
What a great list! I’ve bookmarked this for future use. I started with the marine life one and will be checking out Machu Pichu and Yosemite shortly!
I guess virtual tours are all we are left with these days. At any rate, this are some good tips for satisfying your desire for travel while you are forced to stay indoors. I use this time to watch some movies and work on my blog.
What a novel idea! We’re on lockdown at the moment, and of course traveling is off the radar for the foreseeable future. I’d be most keen to see the tours of Hawaii and Waikiki. Thank you for providing these resources; they’ll come in handy during this challenging period.
Yes Lisa, these resources really become helpful when we are stuck at home.
I’m definitely gonna be perusing Google Arts & Culture and doing virtual tours of zoos/aquariums over the next couple weeks! Thanks so much for putting this together!
Love all of these suggestions. I’ll have to check them out.
Thanks for finding these suggestions beautiful
Wow! I had no idea that we have a lot of virtual tours available. This is just an amazing way to use technology. Will incorporate this in our homeschooling lessons. Thank you for sharing.
Yes virtual tours are always great to see the world when you are at home.