People Stuck In Quarantine Can Now Take Virtual Tours Of Famous National Parks

The whole world is currently a prisoner in their own homes thanks to the coronavirus. People are working from home and are practically stuck indoors for the foreseeable future until a cure or vaccine is found. This has resulted in some websites promoting virtual tours. These virtual tours can be experienced via your mobile or desktop. If you have a VR headset the experience can be made that much better.

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While most of these virtual tours are free some of the better quality ones can be a bit expensive but are worth it.

1People are stuck inside

Right now everyone is locked up inside their homes trying to stay safe from the coronavirus. This means that every tourist attraction is now empty. But, how long can you stay inside without losing your mind? There is only so much content you can binge-watch or movies you can see before you feel the urge to go out.

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2Virtual tours

This is where virtual tours come to the rescue. Since most people are stuck indoors and need a break from the most common sights around them, websites have started giving virtual tours. This means that you can sit in your home and view some tourist destinations for free. This is great for people who feel claustrophobic inside.

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3Badlands National Park

It is located in southwestern South Dakota. And is around 242,756 acres and is the largest undisturbed mixed grass prairie in the United States. Badlands was redesignated a national park on November 10, 1978. Movies such as ‘Dances with Wolves’ in 1990 and ‘Thunderheart’ in 1992 were partially filmed in Badlands National Park.

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4Zion National Park

Located in southwestern Utah near the town of Springdale this is a 229-square-mile long National Park. One of its best-known feature is its 15 miles long Zion Canyon. The canyon walls are reddish and tan-colored Navajo Sandstone eroded by the North Fork of the Virgin River. 289 species of birds, 75 mammals (including 19 species of bats), and 32 reptiles inhabit this park.

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5Yellowstone National Park

This national park is located in the western United States, with parts in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. It is known for being the first national park in the U.S. and is also widely held to be the first national park in the world. During the winter, visitors often access the park by way of guided tours that use either snow coaches or snowmobiles.

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