Long-distance traveling is something that is not really possible right now, but you do not have to give up on your dreams of seeing the world. If you have a virtual reality headset, then you can experience some of the greatest destinations in the world without having to leave your living room. These experiences are so realistic that they will make you feel like you are actually there. These are the four best VR travel experiences.
Great Pyramids of Egypt
The Egyptian Pyramids are one of the most iconic landmarks in the world. You can get a full tour of this stunning architectural achievement for free on virtually every VR headset. Tarik Mohamed provides commentary and insightful background information throughout the entire tour. The historic information offered in the tour is better than anything you will find in a history book. Mohamed also filmed all of the images that are on display during this stunning VR experience.
The Patagonia region of Argentina and Chile offers beautiful views of the Andes Mountains. One of the best spots in this picturesque mountain range is Monte Fitzroy. In addition to seeing the stunning mountain, visitors also get to see the crystal clear water of Laguna Sucia. You can experience everything this area has to offer by downloading the Patagonia app on your VR headset.
While most of the VR travel experience apps focus on one specific area, Gala360 lets users visit hundreds of stunning locations around the globe. Gala360 took pictures from the best travel photographers in the world and transformed them into a unique VR experience. There are currently more than 300 different tours available on Gala360. Some of these tours are even narrated by the actual photographers.
Olympia in VR
Greece is home to some of the world’s oldest landmarks. You can see most of these popular attractions up close with the Olympia in VR travel experience. The Olympic Stadium in Athens, Temple of Zeus and Temple of Hera are just a few of the historic monuments you can see. This is a completely self-guided tour, so you can explore every itch of this recreated version of Olympia. Interacting with the artifacts lets you hear more about their historic relevance.
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