One thing that South Africa is known for around the world is the amazing wildlife. Going on safari is something that many people simply cannot do in the current global circumstance. WildEarth and &Beyond have teamed up to bring safaris to the masses through Facebook and YouTube, while also sharing videos on Instagram. Rangers are taking viewers around Phinda Private Game Reserve and Ngala Private Game Reserve to see South Africa’s amazing wildlife during lockdown.
See the Sights
AirPano.com is bringing some of the most breathtaking sights in South Africa to viewers around the world. The website is offering virtual helicopter tours over Cape Town, while also transporting people to the top of Victoria Falls in Zambia. Those looking to take in more of Africa can watch footage from the continent on the website, including the Namib Desert in Namibia.
Enjoy the Pyramids of Giza
One of the most popular tourist attractions in the world is the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. This throwback to an ancient civilization has fascinated people for hundreds of years, and Google Maps is taking people on a trek through history.
From the comfort of your own home, you can be transported to the Pyramids of Giza thanks to Google, with footage to enjoy and lessons to be learned. The pyramids are just one of many places around the world that Google Maps has created.
Visit the Bazaars of Marrakech
One place where social distancing wouldn’t be an option is the amazing markets of Marrakech. Thanks to VirtualTraveller, and a GoPro, people can take a stroll through a bazaar in Morrocco’s famous city. That’s not all, however, and the website is offering virtual tours filmed by actual tourists across many African and world hotspots.
Want to see Africa without leaving your home? Well, now you can!