Would you like to travel the world, but without leaving ecological footprints on our planet? Let’s just say that it is finally becoming possible, and if you find this intriguing, keep reading.

In today’s world, leaving ecological footprints while traveling isn’t something that we can entirely avoid, but there are ways we can reduce it. It might seem weird and unnatural because tourism depends on means of transportation, which includes vehicles and airplanes – one of the biggest sources of pollution. But what if we told you that you can explore the world, without using any kind of transportation?

Let us introduce you to the new industry in the making, called remote tourism.


It has never been more urgent for us to act when it comes to pollution and global warming than it is now and in the years to come.

In August, the United Nations delivered a report called “Code red for humanity”. It says that it is now impossible to prevent global warming on Earth for anything less than 1,5°C for the next 10 years. But that doesn’t mean that there is nothing left for us to do. If we want to slow down climate change, now is the time to do something about it.

With these alarming climate change statistics, the time has come to do everything within our power, individually and collectively, to slow it down.

The individual steps that everyone can take differ in terms of the circumstances. But when it comes to the travel community, there is a solution that can be considered as the first step in that direction. That first step is to make the travel experiences go virtual.

So, what if we told you there is an app where you can visit any place in the world, without contributing to pollution and climate change at all?



It is much simpler than you probably think. Remote tourism is actually much more affordable and accessible to people around the world than regular travel is.

Remote tourism allows every person with a smartphone, to become a Virtual Traveler. You can search for any place that you would like to visit, at any time. Once you find the virtual tour that suits your schedule, interest, and desires, all you need to do is to tune in, sit back and enjoy.

Virtual tours are live-streamed by Tour Guides from the place where they are at that moment. This means that, as a Virtual Traveler, you can interact live with your Tour Guide – listen to their stories and ask them questions about anything that you want to know.

If you really liked the virtual tour you’ve attended and the Tour Guide that hosted it, as a thank you, you can give them a tip or donation. Isn’t that an amazing way to save the environment and support someone at the same time? If you would like to find out more about how gravely the pandemic impacted the jobs of Tour Guides, read this blog post.


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So, now you are aware that there is a way that you can follow your passion for both exploring the world and saving it from climate change, at the same time.

Therefore, we are thrilled to introduce you to our new virtual tours app, called Samibeli. It is a remote tourism platform where you can enjoy eco-friendly virtual travel for free. Besides just a virtual tours app, Samibeli is also a community that gathers Virtual Travelers and Tour Guides from all around the globe. That means that you can connect with fellow environmental enthusiasts and share your thoughts and impressions with anybody, anywhere.

With a wide selection of virtual tours available on our platform, we are sure that you will find destinations that you have always wanted to explore.

In the end, we must not forget to mention the other small ways of nurturing the environment. These are just little things, but they are as important as the big ones:

  • Reduce the usage of plastic bags and bottles;

  • Reduce the usage of energy;

  • Use renewable sources of energy whenever possible;

  • Simply keep nature clean and wildlife safe without physically disturbing the animals and without polluting natural habitats with garbage.

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