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Travel Wave of the Future: Virtual Tours with Google Earth

Are you missing the fresh air and natural beauty? You’re not alone. I long for the world outside the window too. Let’s explore the travel wave of the future if you have yet to discover the wonder of Google Earth. Now, we’re able to sit on the couch in the living room and explore some of the world’s most incredible national parks. Sounds cool, right?! Just click the name of the national pack and start your voyage!
Click here to learn how to navigate the Google Earth.

1. Acadia National Park

2. Arches National Park

3. Badlands National Park

4. Big Bend National Park

5. Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

6. Bruce Canyon National Park

7. Yosemite National Park

8. Grand Canyon National Park

9. Virgin Islands National Park

10. Glacier National Park

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Glacier National Park is taking the following precautions to reduce risks related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) for visitors and park employees:​ The Apgar Visitor Center and Bookstore are closed until further notice. Restrooms, potable water stations, and park information are still available at the visitor center plaza 24 hours a day. In-person visitor information services have been temporarily suspended at the park. Park staff are available to answer phone calls and emails during regular business hours. For information and trip planning, visitors are encouraged to visit the park website at If additional assistance is required, please contact or 406-888-7800. Visitor safety and resource protection efforts will continue as normal. Backcountry permits for overnight stays in the backcountry are available at the Apgar Backcountry Permit Center in Apgar Village. Information guiding visitors through the permitting process will be posted outside of the facility. Advance reservations can be made online at Backcountry Permitting Advanced Reservations.​ The collection of entrance fees has been temporarily suspended at Glacier National Park.​ ​ The health and safety of visitors, employees, volunteers, and partners at Glacier National Park is our number one priority. The National Park Service (NPS) is working with the federal, state, and local authorities to closely monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We will notify the public when we resume full operations and provide updates on our website and social media channels. #covıd19 #coronavirus

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There is a total list of 31 national parks in United States. These are my top ten favourite national parks. How about yours?
Undeniably, virtual tours might be the travel wave of the future. I personally remain positive towards the development of this idea. In fact, it is a great tool for us to preview a list of destinations and plan our adventures better. What do you think of the idea of virtual tours? Leave your comments below!

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