These 14 Livestream Travel Cams Around the World Will Help You Stay Sane During Quarantine
Our social lives may have come to a screeching halt, but the world keeps on turning. Want to check in on life outside your front door? Tune into one of these live video feeds: from African wildlife to one of America's great national parks, they're some of our most favorite scenes in the world.
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Times Square, New York City
Interested in seeing what’s going on around New York’s once busiest intersection? Take a peek.
Sydney Harbour, Australia
Sydney’s iconic Opera House, Circular Quay, and twinkling Harbour Bridge all make appearances in this live feed of Australia’s most iconic skyline.
Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii
Paradise is just a click away thanks to this live feed above Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort.
Mountain Gorillas, Democratic Republic of the Congo
The best part about this gorilla trekking safari live feed—besides the sightings? It’s free.
Cracroft Point Orca Lookout, British Columbia
Whale lover? See if you can spot orcas plying the waters from this live stream in stunning British Columbia.
Old Faithful, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Witnessing America’s most famous geyser erupt in a flurry of steam and water is always a thrill.
Monterey Bay Aquarium, California
The aquarium’s one-million-gallon Open Sea exhibit is large enough to house giant tuna, hammerhead sharks, and swarming schools of fish….with room to spare.
Pandas, Gengda, China
Honestly, we could watch these bears play all day long.
Venice, St. Peter’s Square, and Florence’s Ponte Vecchio
Italy’s most crowded corners are now empty of visitors, giving them an ethereal, otherworldly quality.
Lake Tahoe, California
It’s one of the prettiest lakes in America—no matter the season.
The Western Wall, Jerusalem, Israel
Despite—and perhaps because of—desperate times, you can still see people praying at Jerusalem’s holy Western Wall.
Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo
Japan’s answer to Times Square is famous for the amount of pedestrians—in the thousands— that pass its crosswalks throughout the day.
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