Travel Tuesdays: visit these five destinations virtually
Panoramic landscape of historical castle El Morro along the coastline, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (AP Photo)
The global spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 has shelved travel completely. Which, not so surprisingly, have also impacted much of the Travel Tuesday content you'd expect to see from Loop Lifestyle.
The truth is no-one’s travelling in or out of Jamaica. So, many have had to turn to virtual sojourns to relive the joy of wanderlust yet again.
As virtual experiences become the new norm, viewers adapt and are seemingly immersing themselves in digital travel overload.
And, from a recent post via the National Geographic Travel the Loop Lifestyle team gleaned “You don’t even have to leave home to embark on a virtual trip to northern Sweden, where a hot-air balloon flight over the Arctic and a trek through Lapland’s wilderness awaits.”
Stamp your digital passport by visiting any of these five virtual travel experiences.
MississippiMississippi State welcome sign along the US Highway 61 in the USA (AP Photo)
Kraków, PolandKrakow Market Square in Poland (AP Photo)
Vietnam’s Phong Nha-Ke Bang National ParkA rowing tourist boat inside of Phong Nha Cave in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Quang Binh Province, Vietnam (AP Photo)
PeruRainbow Mountain in Cusco, Peru (AP Photo)
Puerto RicoPanoramic landscape of historical castle El Morro along the coastline, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (AP Photo)