Virtual Destinations

Virtually explore the world from The Great Wall of China to beyond our atmosphere on Mars!

Book by Dec 31, 2020

Although many desinations are difficult to visit right now, that doesn't mean that you cannot explore them.  Take a look at some of the destinations we have found that have online cameras, interactive experiences and virtual walk-throughs.


Las Vegas
EarthCam is taking people to the middle of the action in fabulous Las Vegas with its live streaming webcams! View the famous 'Welcome to Las Vegas' sign and watch as visitors pose for a photo opp. See the beautiful seasonal displays at the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. Step inside the Viva Las Vegas Wedding Chapel and watch live as couples tie-the-knot in incredible themed weddings that even sometimes include an Elvis.
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The Great Wall of China
Beijing is usually considered the main gateway to the Great Wall, since there are several world-famous sections of the Wall in the suburbs of Beijing, including Badaling, Mutianyu, Jinshanling, Juyongguan, Gubeikou, and Jiankou. These sections were built during the Ming dynasty between the 14th and 17th centuries and have been well preserved. Of all the sections of the Great Wall near Beijing, Badaling is the most famous one. As a result, Badaling is the destination of choice for many large tour groups and is often very crowded. The nearby Juyongguan Great Wall features one of the three great mountain passes of the Great Wall but is almost as crowded as Badaling.
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Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida
Although Disney is temporarily closed, you can still have a beautiful interactive experience with their parks across Orlando. Come and enjoy the magic of Walt Disney World from the comfort of your own home. Visit Cinderella’s Castle at The Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom’s Tree of Life and much more when you explore through the Visit Orlando interactive experience!
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The Curiosity rover landed on Mars back in 2012 with a main mission to find out if Mars is, or was, suitable for life. It was also to learn more about the Red Planet's physical environment. Learn all about the Mars Curiosity mission, move about from point to point and travel to different sites on its adventures in the Pahrump Hills region of Gale Crater.
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