Take A Tour

As we continue to develop the vEco technologies and interface, we’ll be producing a series of showcase vEcotours so that our partners and the public can see what we’re working on and provide us with invaluable feedback.

Global Overview

From this global perspective you may explore vEcotours from four continents (and counting!). Every vEcotour features an immersive full-sphere panorama and a voiced introduction. In addition, some of the tours also feature close-up photos, embedded videos and audio, and interviews to enrich the experience. Click on a location pin, or a cluster of pins, to …

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QENP Transect

This is a private development page hosting the raw panoramas for the Queen Elizabeth National Park (and environs) vEcotours, collected by Ian Redmond and Mark Olokotum in July of 2012. There are a total of 57 panos linked here, from Mgahinga in the South to the Kazinga Channel in the North. Locations are approximate. Most …

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Queen Elizabeth National Park — Craters Tour

Welcome to this virtual tour of Queen Elizabeth National Park (QENP) in Southwestern Uganda. QENP is one of the oldest and most scenically beautiful protected areas in Africa. If Uganda is the ‘Pearl of Africa’ (as Sir Winston Churchill once famously quipped), QENP must be the Pearl of Uganda. This huge park lies across the …

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Salt-Mining Elephants of Mount Elgon

Our latest vEcotour has more depth than ever, literally! Venture nearly 200m or 650 ft deep into Kitum Cave where you’ll cross paths with the world’s only “Troglodyte Tuskers”! All three species of elephant – the African Savannah Elephant, the African Forest Elephant and the Asian Elephant – are endangered. They are killed for their …

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Sumatran Orangutans

Welcome! You’re about to embark on a one-of-a-kind virtual tour of one of the most remote, and threatened, habitats on Earth: the home of the critically endangered Sumatran Orangutan. Join us as we visit a jungle feeding platform where ecotourists encounter wild Orangutans, get a first-hand look at the Tripa peat swamps where palm oil …

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