LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Some people aren't letting the pandemic stop them from seeing the world.
Virtual travel and tours are hotter than ever!
Nancy Goldberg and her husband were supposed to visit Israel this past summer. When they had to cancel due to COVID, Nancy says they simply ventured online.
According to a report by ResearchAndMarkets.com, virtual reality is set to have a big impact on tourism in the coming years.
For example, marketing firm TravelWorldVR launched a new app in December giving users a 360-degree view of destinations, cruise lines and resorts.