While we each wait for travel restrictions to end, timing is perfect for a virtual visit live to plan your next trip for 2021.
Beyond Brazil’s famous beaches and wildlife tours in the Amazon, there is so much more to learn about the people and their history. A new and safe way to travel without leaving your couch… tour guides are busy finding fun options for you to continue to travel, learn, connect and explore…virtually! From home, you can now meet certified tour guides on a Live Virtual Tour! During your tour, you’ll spend about an hour and a half with a certified tour guide on your selected tour and you will learn about their city’s culture, landscape, food, art and history. Via your laptop or tablet, you can do everything from learning more about Brazil, explore the Iguassu Falls, go on a ride till the top of Corcovado mountain and see the Christ Redeemer statue and much more…. These are NOT PRE – RECORDED EXPERIENCES: it’s you and a tour guide, live. After the presentation, you can ask questions and the work with Neyla and Gisela to tailor-make the right trip for you.
Please click the above link, and see how many options of Live Virtual Tours are waiting for you to try, and note that every day they will have more tours launching! Be sure to say Solo Trekker 4 U sent you!
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On my trip to Sri Lanka, I had seven different vacations in one. Great as a standalone visit, it is also possible to combine Sri Lanka with a regional traverse from India or via the Middle East on Qatar Air. For a luxury add-on, you can travel on to the Maldives which is not just for honeymooners!
Now you can travel there “for free” in 2020. Sri Lankan authorities announced Wednesday that they will offer livestreams from the island nation’s wildlife parks, in a move to help revive a tourism industry that has been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic. The government’s Tourism Promotion Bureau said livestreaming will initially cover four national parks to showcase the South Asian country’s exotic wildlife, including leopards, bears, elephants, crocodiles and birds. The project will offer eight wildlife streaming video sessions of one hour each which will be shown on social media platforms and shared further through broadcast media, the bureau said in a statement. Sri Lanka was named the world’s top travel destination for 2019 by Lonely Planet. Take advantage of the free “safari” with upcoming videos that introduce you to the countryside and rich wildlife.
Join this couch safari. Registration for the event opens on Monday, 26th October 2020.
Click the above link for Sri Lanka right away to get the upcoming schedule or email directly to Hashini Jayanetti <email@example.com>.
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