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Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

The magnificent cliffs – the most- visited nature site in Ireland – soar 702ft above the Atlantic ocean and 8km along the Co Clare coast. The virtual tour captures 360-degree views and has VR headset capability for a fully immersive experience.

Swiss Grand Tour, Switzerland

The Swiss tourist board has created a beautifully scenic “virtual drive” around the country that takes in 1,600km, 22 lakes, five Alpine passes and 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Stop off to look at slideshows and panoramas.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, USA

Visit two of the park’s active volcanoes, Kīlauea and Mauna Loa, and step inside the Nahuku Lava Tube, a cave formed by flowing lava. There are also views from the volcanic coastal cliffs, all guided by an expert ranger.

Yosemite National Park, USA

There are 200 different locations within Yosemite and its surrounding areas in California, in all seasons, to explore in 360-degree interactive panoramas. Dizzying views from the tops of Yosemite’s famous cliffs and waterfalls are available.

Grand Canyon, USA

Take a virtual hike into the depths of Arizona’s Grand Canyon, descending the South Kaibab Trail to Phantom Ranch. You can learn about the history behind the canyon’s formation by clicking on different geological features.

Mount Fuji, Japan

The conical shape of Japan’s tallest mountain, a currently dormant volcano, is one of the country’s most iconic symbols. You can trek up it virtually with Google Street View, taking in panoramic views at points from the base to the peak.

Gombe, Tanzania

Explore the African rainforest where Jane Goodall made her historic observations about chimpanzees more than 50 years ago through thousands of 360-degree images. Or visit sites like Lake Tanganyika and Goodall’s favourite overlook, The View.