Cannot travel because of this entire Corona pandemic? No worries, we have all covered it up for you. Now you can enjoy the virtual tour to gaze over the world’s most famous landmarks as they are closed for tourism for the time being. Get rid of boring lockdown strolls and instead, take these thrilling 360-degree angle jaw-dropping views
The Grand Canyon USA
The great Canyons of the USA is a wonderful sight to witness. The 40 layered mighty canyons running along 277 miles in length have rocks as old as two billion years. The cliffs in Arizona have marked sedimentary layers which makes it a great tourist place. The width of these canyons is 18miles at its maximum point. You can hike the popular Bright Angel Tail by using Google Street View Track here. With the aid of Google Earth View, the user can easily zoom in and out according to his areas of interest.
Mount Everest Nepal
The highest mountain of the world commonly known as Mount Everest which is located on the Nepal-China border is locally called Sagarmatha and Chomolungma by Nepali and Tibetians respectively. Thousands of visitors throng at its base camp in Nepal every year. You can explore this 5,380 meters high altitude base camp by lazily lying on your bed by clicking on this link. Get an amazing high definition 360- degree bird’s eye view of snowy peaks and other neighboring peaks by using this interactive map.
Hang Sơn Đoòng, Vietnam
A very remote and well-preserved area in central Vietnam hosts the world’s largest cave. The cave was first discovered by a local man named Ho Khanh in 1991. He tried to relocate it but could not. After several years in 2009, it was explored by scientists for the first time. The marvelous place has been digitally preserved in the form of the Hang Sơn Đoòng 360 project by National Geographic. You can now trek through light-filled caverns exploring its geology including a 70 meter-tall stalagmite, flora, and fauna.
Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland
The coastline of Northern Ireland is crammed with more than 40,000 unique interlocking hexagonal basalt structures. People believe that the unusual rock formations erected by giants in their causeway path to Scotland. Scientists, on the other hand, believe that they are the result of lava erupting and cooling into the sea some 50-60 million years ago. Go through the National Trust series of virtual tours for Aird Snout views.
The Northern Lights, Finland
The astounding phenomenon of Aurora Borealis is something every travel enthusiast would want to experience it under the naked sky. The reason behind colorful phenomena is the interaction of Earth’s magnetic field with the electrically charged particles of the sun. Countries residing in the North like Russia, Iceland, Canada, or Scandinavian countries are lucky to enjoy the live view. While the remaining world, for now, can take a virtual tour starting from Icehotel in Abisko national park, northern Sweden. The Norwegian project, Lights over Lapland, is a short 5minutes journey through a series of 360-degree videos.