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Ever dreamed of traveling the world, but couldn’t quite get around to it? Whether it’s time constraints, financial concerns, or the current travel restrictions due to the ongoing global pandemic, many of us have found our wanderlust in limbo. But don’t worry, technology has the answer: virtual tourism. Now, you can visit the corners of the globe from the comfort of your living room. Here are 12 unique places that you can explore virtually, all for free!

1. African Safari

Through the magic of Wild Earth safari livestream, you can dive into the vibrant wildlife of Africa. Offering a front-row seat to the everyday lives of Africa’s most iconic animals in their natural habitats, Wild Earth is the next best thing to being there in person. You can even interact with expert game rangers hosting the safari! Related: Outdoor Virtual Tours To Get Back To Nature With Hikes, Dives, And Spelunking

2. The White House

Explore the grandeur of the White House without worrying about the Secret Service. Thanks to Google Arts and Culture, you can enjoy a tour through the most famous residence in the US, with its stunning architecture and rich history. Related: Virtual Field Trips That Make History Come Alive

3. Discover India

With the official Indian government’s immersive Audio Odigos app, you can virtually visit the Taj Mahal, Humayun’s Tomb, and Mahabodhi Temple, among other iconic Indian sites. The best part? Once the app is downloaded, it doesn’t require Wi-Fi or an Internet connection! Audio Odigos for Android | iOS

4. Sydney Opera House

Enjoy the exquisite performances at the Sydney Opera House from your living room. With live streams of original digital programming, you can experience the magic of one of the world’s most iconic performance spaces for free.

5. Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis)

Norway’s lights over Lapland project lets you experience the mesmerizing Northern Lights via VR. Despite a good display typically lasting 15-30 minutes, you can enjoy the Aurora Borealis anytime, anywhere.

6. The Grand Canyon

With Google’s Street View Trek, you can virtually hike the most popular trail into the Grand Canyon – the Bright Angel Trail.

7. Paris Catacombs

The mysterious and macabre Paris Catacombs house the bones of 6 million people. Now, you can experience the eerie fascination of this underground city with a virtual tour. Related: The Best Virtual Tours Of The Human Body For Interactive Anatomy

8. Christ the Redeemer Statue

The towering Christ the Redeemer statue, the world’s largest art deco statue, offers stunning views of Rio de Janeiro. Enjoy a breathtaking virtual tour from the comfort of your home.

9. Roman Colosseum

Explore the ancient Roman Colosseum and imagine the gladiator fights that once occurred here. A virtual visit will take you on a journey through time.

10. Brooks Falls, Alaska

Experience the incredible sight of brown bears feasting on salmon at Brooks Falls in Alaska’s Katmai National Park through, the largest live nature cam network on the planet.

11. New York Times Square

How about a visit to the ‘Crossroads of the World’ right now? EarthCam takes you on an aerial and street-level tour of Times Square in New York, complete with audio.

12. Marine Life Virtual Dive

America’s National Marine Sanctuary System offers virtual dives that let you explore the undersea world in amazing detail. Just click, drag, and immerse yourself in 360 degrees of aquatic wonder. Virtual tourism offers a fantastic way to explore and learn about new places. While nothing can replace the thrill of physically traveling, virtual tours provide a wonderful alternative to satisfy your wanderlust. So why wait? Start your virtual adventure today!

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