Take a Virtual Tour with AirPano

Take a virtual tour of the world with the AirPano Travel Book. If you haven’t discovered this company yet, then I suggest you get out your phones and hit the app store—my kids could spend all day looking at these incredible panoramic images of landmarks around the world!

Travel Book gives you a bird’s eye view of some of the world’s most historic, most breathtaking, most beautiful places. You can even rotate the images 360 degrees and zoom in to see things up-close.

I haven’t even gotten to the best part—while you can pay for unlimited access, there is plenty of free content. That means you can try before you buy. Though I’ll admit, $9.99 for a lifetime subscription feels beyond reasonable to support such an incredible team of adventurers. I promise, I am not affiliated with AirPano in any way. I just really LOVE the app!

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Moraine Lake in Canada by Sergey Semenov

This group of Russian photographers has been at it since 2006, “taking photos of the most significant and interesting corners of the Earth.” They have over 3,000 panoramas available and they still publish a new virtual tour every week. It’s the next best thing to seeing these incredible sights in person—Egyptian Pyramids, the Matterhorn, Machu Picchu, Victoria Falls—they can even take you on an underwater adventure. Check out those sharks!

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Sharks by Oleg Gaponyuk

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While you can certainly browse these amazing photos on your iPhone, we highly recommend downloading it to your iPad if you have one. It’s a whole lot better for getting up close and personal with that school of sharks!

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