With much of the world currently on lockdown to prevent further spread of the coronavirus, many people have had to cancel their holidays.
In response to this many famous attractions have added virtual tours or live streams to their sites in the hope it will be the next best thing for anyone who missed out on being there in person.
One of Ireland’s top attractions, the Cliffs of Moher, has done just that by providing a virtual tour of the spectacular natural views.
The Cliffs of Moher visitor experience will be closed until at least 30 March due to the coronaviraus pandemic.
The Cliffs are one of Ireland’s most popular attractions, and with good reason. Not only are the rugged cliffs a stunning sight in their own right, but the views from the vantage points are spectacular.
They were even shortlisted as one of the seven new wonders of nature.
The virtual tour gives users an opportunity to see some of the stunning scenery out to the glistening Atlantic Ocean and back inland to the green fields from the main viewing area and also takes visitors to other vantage points.
These include both the base and the top of O’Brien’s Tower, the Blarney Castle Gardens various viewing areas and visitor centre dome.
To take a virtual tour of the Cliffs of Moher, visit the visitor centre website.
It follows news that Dublin Zoo have set up a live streaming service to allow viewers to check up on animals such as elephants, penguins, giraffes, rhinos, ostrichs and zebras.