How to Map the World in Panorama

Since Google Maps hit the online world, there’s been no shortage of mapping “mashups“. Some useful, some less so.

Vagabondish is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn a small affiliate commission. Read our disclosure. is like Flickr meets Google Maps meets [insert your favorite panoramic camera here]. Just find your favorite dream destination on the world map, click the pushpin and go. One of the site’s founders assures me that there are over 600 photos online at the moment and the site’s growing every day.

The site’s a bit slow, but that’s to be expected given the large file size of panoramic images. On the plus side, it’s free, easy to use, and very addictive. - Hangliding in Rio de Janeiro (Screenshot)
Hangliding in Rio de Janeiro ©

If seeing Waikiki in all its hot, tropical, 360-degree glory doesn’t make you want to travel to the ends of the earth, what does? - Rock Pier, Waikiki (Screenshot)
Rock Pier, Waikiki ©

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