Even though sometimes we’re stopped from going out and exploring the world, that doesn’t stop our curiosity and wonder! With some of the amazing technology available today, people can research and discover the beauty the planet earth has to offer from the comfort of our homes! We wanted to share with you some of our favorite webcams around the world so you can make some fun discoveries yourself! Be sure to check back these at different times of the day to see new things!
Originally built in 1983 to protect elephants as they migrated between South Africa and Mozambique, the Tembe Elephant Park was opened to the public in 1991. Today, people can observe more than 250 elephants in the park, along with lions, giraffes, leopards, rhinos, buffalo, all kinds of birds and more!
The breathtaking Crystal Beach is located on the Thailand island Ko Samui. Take a view of the beautiful blue water of the Gulf of Thailand as the island is filled with luscious green gardens, trees and forests.
The Northern Lights are one of the most incredible sights on earth. Taken from the Churchill Northern Studies Centre near the Hudson Bay in northern Manitoba, Canada, this webcam is one of the best places to gaze upon the scientific phenomenon.
A part of the Venetian Lagoon in Venice, Italy, the San Marco Basin is one of the most marvelous views in the country. This webcam view is located near St. Mark’s Square as you can watch ships coming and going throughout the day.
Located along the Croation island of Lošinj, this webcam offers a view of the popular Borik Beach. Near the island town center of Mali Lošinj, you can also spot the island of Susak in the distance!
A beach located along the coast of the Spanish city of Benidorm, the Playa de Levante is one of the more popular resorts and beaches in the region. With a city landscape in the background of this webcam, the area is known for its fun beaches and fun nightlife!
Filmed from the forests of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Gorilla Rehabilitation and Conservation Education Center (GRACE) shows you rescued Grauer’s gorillas as they interact in their natural habitat at the center.
Located on the southwest coast of the Isle of Wight in England, Brighstone Beach lies outside the village of Brighstone as visitors can view the English Channel as they relax on the beach. Brighstone is also known for its many campgrounds, resorts and trails in the area.
The Patoniva River flows through Oulanka National Park in Finland. This webcam gives people a great view of the town of Kuusamo, as tall trees, plants and rocky landscapes help form the beautiful park.
Our last webcam takes us to Santorini, Greece. You can get a great view of the Aegean Sea, along with the blue-domed churches from the village of Oia.
Those were just a few of our favorite webcams around the world. While many of us are inside at this time, we hope it gave you a unique look into the world. Of course, there is so much of the world that is just waiting to be seen, so we’d love to hear some of your recommendations!
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