For the first time in 50 years of celebration, Earth Day is going digital. Us New Yorkers are unable to venture into the great outdoors this year, so we gathered a few of the most interesting digital experiences out there for you to soak up the beauty of Mother Nature safely. If you are in the city and able to take a walk outside, follow our Instagram and stay tuned for our Earth Day story sharing our guide to New York City’s hidden gardens in bloom.
Fly over an active volcano, explore a lava tube, and look out across volcanic cliffs at the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. Rappel into a crevasse, kayak through icebergs, and watch a glacier recede at the Kenai Fjords National Park. Discover some of the most beautiful but overlooked places in the nation, as Park Rangers take you through interactive virtual tours of these largely unvisited areas.
Travel the world with a click of a button! EarthCam is THE destination for virtually traveling the world. Visit tourist hot spots, city skylines, stadiums + arenas, iconic landmarks and more through webcams from all over the world.
National Geographic’s Youtube Channel is loaded with over 40 videos as part of their 360º series to showcase the beauty of the Planet Earth. Get up close with a Hammerhead Shark, deep dive into Indonesia’s Coral Reefs, discover the glow worm caves of New Zealand, and so much more!
Get up close and personal with all of Planet Earth’s animals. Live cam categories include African Wildlife, Birder’s Paradise, Oceans, Grace Gorillas, Aquarium of the Pacific, and Service Dog Project. There’s something for every animal lover!
It’s safe to say we all are in need of a vacation. Skyline Webcams is here to help us visualize the next time we can feel warm sand between our toes. Admire the Amalfi Coast, enjoy panoramic views of Playa del Carmen, and take in the beauty of the clearwater shores at the Maldives.