Experience World Travel Without Getting On A Plane

With our Virtual Travel Videos you can walk the ancient Roman Forum, cruise down the romantic Seine River, walk through the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, explore ancient temples in Egypt, and much, much more!

No need to go through the bother of a long, cramped plane flight, a suprisingly dodgy hotel room, or a pickpocket just waiting to ruin your day! With our extensive line of Virtual Travel Videos, you'll experience walking from Ravello, high over the Amalfi Coast down to the seaside village of Atrani, or a walk along Champs Elysses in Paris, or a walk in England's famous Cotswold Villages, or a walk in a botanical park in Hawaii.

With over 50 different world locations from which to choose, you can travel to well known locations like London, Paris, Rome, Istanbul, or to some out of the way places like a nature park in Ireland, seven quaint villages in Oxfordshire, quiet villages in Provence, or in the five villages that make up Italy's Cinque Terre.

Let's face it, international travel has changed in the last 10 years. Just getting through security at the airport is much more of a hassle. And the coach sections of today's airplanes pack you in like sardines while the airlines charge you for things that used to be included in the price of your ticket. And the delays and cancellations - nothing takes the fun out of a plane flight like having one of your connecting flights delayed or cancelled. Yes, international travel has certainly changed in the last 10 years - and not for the better.

With our Virtual Travel Videos, you'll never have to go through the long security lines, sit for hours in a cramped plane seat, deal with thousands of other tourists all wanting to visit the Trevi Fountain at the same time as you, or deal with digestive disorders in a foreign country. Just sit back and enjoy an hour's virtual visit to a place you've always wanted to experience.

These Virtual Travel Videos are unlike any other travel videos currently on the market. There is no narrator telling you where the best places to eat are located or how to pack. The camera is constantly floating forward, at a typical walking pace of about 3 miles per hour through the streets of Rome, Paris, Istanbul, London, passing famous locations and sites along with passing people from which you'll catch snippets of conversation in their local language. In more remote locations such as in our extensive nature walk series, you'll hear exactly what you'd hear if you were walking there, birds, animals, and wind. It's as close to being there as you can get without actually getting on an airplane. And with more than 50 different world locations from which to choose, you'll want to order again and again.

So remember, that easy chair can now take you places! Our videos are available as either DVDs or High Def Downloads.

"The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page. - St. Augustine"

The Numerous Advantages of Virtual Travel:

The advantages of Virtual Travel are numerous and important. International travel can be frustrating, exhausting, and even unhealthy. From our own personal experience we can list some things that have happened to us as we have traveled over the past 20 years:

  • A few years ago, on a flight to Rome, the first leg of our flight was delayed due to a problem with the plane's air conditioning, causing us to miss our connection at a major hub. Try rebooking two airline tickets on an already crowded flight - with 100 other passengers attempting to rebook on the same flight. Very stressful.
  • After a seven-hour flight from Rome to Paris to New York Kennedy, our final flight home was delayed 9+ hours because, although the airplane was parked at the gate, the pilots were snowbound in Colorado.
  • On an 11 hour flight from Cairo to New York Kennedy, the toilets overflowed into the aisles.
  • For years Delta has scheduled their Rome to Paris flights to connect with a Delta flight to New York with only 20 minutes to get from one end of Paris' Charles de Gaulle to the other. Both times we have literally had to run to the connecting flight! If your flight from Rome to Paris is delayed in departing, you will miss your connecting flight to NYC.
  • On a flight from Paris to Atlanta, three drunk men seated behind us continued to drink and curse loudly for the entire flight. The flight stewards continued to serve them liquor.
  • On a flight from Rome to Paris on Air France, a passenger in front of us asked, "Will I be able to process my VAT Refund in the Paris airport," to which the French Steward replied, and I quote, "You're a rich American, you don't need the refund."
  • Airlines post strict rules regarding the number of carry ons permitted to be brought into the cabin but I don't remember a single flight in the past 20 years where I did not see one or two instances where passengers completely ignored this rule - and no one enforced the so called "rules."
  • On a 10 hour flight from Istanbul, someone in the rear of the plane became airsick. The smell travels far and wide in an airplane.
  • On a recent October flight from Heathrow to Atlanta, many of the passengers were coughing, and as a result, both my wife and myself came down with colds in the next few days.
  • And a crying baby on a plane - it'll never happen on your flight, will it?
  • With our Virtual Travel Videos, you'll never have to worry about any of these things happening to you!