7 ways to travel without moving an inch!

Updated: Oct 8, 2020

For many of us, 2020 feels like it never really took place. In the pandemic world, exploring far-flung places is going to be harder. I found a new kind of travel to keep my wanderlust coming amidst the home confines. It beats me to see how passionate travellers and industry experts are pushing boundaries to open new vistas, through which we can travel, without moving an inch. That is travel, from the comfort of home, by click of a finger.

A take over of online tours in the travel scene has opened a virtual space to laugh, to know, and celebrate the world in which we live. Many of us have felt a bit like Rapunzel, trapped inside, staring out of the window, wondering how the world looked outside. I could feel this despair too. It is signing in to virtual tours helped me figure out, we are all the same. We bond over music, food, travel, art, and stories of the world. And that was exhilarating as a travel writer. Here is my list of 7 best ways to travel without moving an inch, to consider right now.

Guest Blogger: Satarupa Datta, Travel Hand Made


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1. Week Without Walls

Tigerwalah, a wildlife safari specialist in India, came up with a novel plan of bringing kids closer to nature, through a series of online sessions on Indian wildlife. Better still, this knowledge sharing was through interactive workshops, quizzes, and other planned activities. They call this - week without walls. A week into the world of birds, identifying their language, backyard birding, animal migration, big cats of India, and many unique online forest awareness programs for kids. Some interactive sessions go about sharing the world of creepy crawlies, animal communication, tribes of India and their art to DIY, and answering all 'why's and how's' coming from age groups of 7 to 14. All this from the comfort of your home.