There are numerous virtual tours that are being offered for those who want to explore the world from the comfort of their couch. From pyramids, to beaches, museums to monuments; all this and more is being offered to make sure that people don’t miss out on the experience of travelling. But we have come across some weird virtual tours that we can’t help but log into. Here are a few:
1. Blow Bubbles
A couple in South Florida have put a bubble camera in their backyard that gives you a live feed on your device. All you have to do is log onto the website and click on the button that says ‘bubbles’. Once you do, Andie and Mike’s (the creators) bubble camera will give you a live feed of the bubbles being blown in the backyard. Just click and play!
2. Hang Out At An Iconic Carribean Bar
If visiting the British Virgin Islands was on your cards this year, then fret not. Not only this live cam will take you there, but it will also give you the view from one of the most iconic bars on the island. The Soggy Dollar is an iconic one that has turned 50 this year. You can log in to the web cam and tune in to some Carribean music and experiment with some cocktail recipes.
3. Watch The Grass Grow
A resident of Colorado had initially decided to put a camera to track the life of his garden and the grass that was growing and getting dry. Now, it is a live feed! Being in a different time zone, if you can’t sleep one night then you can simply put in some soothing music and watch the grass grow and see if it is greener on the other side?
4. Check-In On An Active Volcano
There is a camera that will give you the live feed from the youngest and the most famous volcano of Costa Rica. The Arenal volcano has been silent for quite a while, but sometimes you can see it spewing some vapour or gas. To get that one glance, it might be take a little bit of your time. But we do have all the time in the world right now, don’t we?
5. Keep An Eye Out For The Loch Ness Monster
How about going on a search for the mythical creature. According to a legend the Lake Ness of Scotland, also known as Loch Ness, is home to a mythical creature that ever surfaces. There is a live cam that shows you the live feed of the lake. Who knows, you might get lucky in capturing a glimpse of this creature. Many claim to have had photographic evidence of its existence. If you look closely, you might be able to get a screenshot too!
So, what’s it going to be?