Many details of how the Inca site was constructed are still a mystery. Built in the Andes at 2,430 metres above sea level around AD1450, Machu Picchu was created without wheels or animals to transport the huge stones up the mountainside. A series of 360-degree images on YouVisit’s virtual tour explore various areas of the site.
Airlines around the world have grounded their flights. Countries have shut their borders, and ordered everyone indoors. The age of coronavirus has restricted our movement in every way, but it doesn’t have to restrict our imagination. Here are 10 ways you can still see the world – all through the wonder of the webcam.
GLP Films (GLP), the award-winning content marketing agency dedicated to sustainable tourism, announced the official selections for the 2nd annual “Best Sustainable Tourism Films” competition. GLP invited the travel industry to submit their best short films that support the overall theme of sustainable tourism.
Against a backdrop of whistling wind and heavy breathing, a man with a Germanic accent is yelling at me: “Take your time!”. I try to focus on the ascender clips on two wires leading steeply upwards, but there’s a constant temptation to look left to a sharp drop into a vast snowy abyss.
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Thanks to Anna Spenceley from IUCN WCPA Tourism & Protected Areas (TAPAS) Specialist Group for compiling an excellent list of ‘virtual travel’ resources! The above items are a selection from this list.
Save Last updated March 29th, 2020. Image: Otro Mundo Es Posible/ Another World is Possible by Beatriz Aurora Castedo, Mexico City Documentaries have an incredible power to raise awareness and create transformative changes in consciousness both at the personal and global levels.