With the coronavirus pandemic, traveling and going on vacations has become something that most people can no longer enjoy freely. You have to consider quarantine for fourteen days before being allowed to visit tourist attractions.
Do not despair because you can still get to enjoy seeing museums, watching performances, and enjoying nature from the comfort of your living room.
Consider the following list and get to learn where you can visit virtually and get to enjoy the sites.
The Louvre, Paris, France
The Louvre is one of the most visited museums globally, with thousands of visitors every single year. Due to the pandemic, the museum had to close because of overcrowding and peculiar guest behaviour.
Visitors to the Louvre can now enjoy virtual tours such as the antique Egyptian collection, Galerie d’Apollon, and the remains of the Louvre’s moat while observing social distancing miles away.
Yosemite National Park, California
Located in California’s Sierra Nevada region, the Yosemite National Park is still open for the season. Those visitors who cannot make it physically can still get to enjoy visiting the park virtually.
The virtual park comprises of Yosemite’s iconic landmarks such as the Mariposa Grove of Giant. Also, you get to experience the Half Dome and the Yosemite Falls, complete with sound.
The Great Wall of China
You can now get to enjoy the most famous attraction in China virtually. The Great Wall of China has virtual tours of the most visited sections and about 3,000 miles, which are walkable.
Due to quarantine measures, the virtual tours take you around the 2,000-year-old marvel from whichever part of the world you are located.
Sistine Chapel, Italy
Public events in Italy have come to a near standstill due to the national lockdown. Public events, soccer stadiums, and the Vatican are among the affected areas in the country. Because of many tourists visiting, Italy has had to shut down any attraction sites.
Thanks to technology, now you can tour areas such as the chapel’s interior artworks, including the renowned ceiling and ‘The Last Judgement,’ worked on by the Renaissance-era painter Michelangelo.
San Diego Zoo
The San Diego Zoo is one of the most visited zoos in the United States, with tourists coming from all over. Visitors get to enjoy the open-air, cageless natural habitats of the animals. The zoo is known for spearheading the conservation efforts of giant pandas.
Despite the pandas not being present in the United States, the San Diego Zoo has made provisions and has set up live streams of its animals. Through these live streams, you can enjoy the view of the baboons, koalas, and penguins that have made the zoo their home.
With an online connection, you can visit much more tourist attraction sites based in different countries. Some include the Museum of Modern Art, Yellowstone National Park, and Smithsonian National Museum of National History.
These sites offer a virtual coverage that you would have ordinarily enjoyed physically while on vacation.