You can explore America's National Parks from your couch

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You can explore America’s National Parks from your couch

If you're anything like us, you're spending a lot of time peering out of the window imagining all the destinations we’d go if we weren’t self-isolating.

There are loads of amazing places to see around the world and we can’t wait to tick a few more off our travel list in the years to come.

Longing for a sense of calm and some stunning scenery to boot? Well, using Google Earth you can now explore amazing destinations from across the world including America’s stunning National Parks.

While you might not feel the sun on your back and wind in your face, a virtual tour is the next best thing, plus you can stay in your PJs.

A total of 31 of America’s National Parks are now on the site and using amazing satellite images you can be whisked away to your chosen destination for some exploration.

Plus the service is completely free of charge which makes it even better.

So if you fancy trekking around Arches Nation Park in Grand County Utah or somewhere else equally stunning, you know where to go, Google of course, not the airport.

We’ll see you there, virtually, anyway.

For more information, click here.

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