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National Geographic Virtual Reality Series

National Geographic is hosting a virtual reality (VR) series this spring. Grab a ticket to experience the oceans for yourself.

Virtual reality (VR) teleports audiences below the surface to experience   their   oceans first-hand … or as close to first-hand as possible, without getting wet (Photo courtesy of National Geographic).

Virtual reality (VR) teleports audiences below the surface to experience their oceans first-hand … or as close to first-hand as possible, without getting wet (Photo courtesy of National Geographic).

VR gives storytellers an intimate way to engage audiences. VR is particularly powerful for conveying stories about our oceans. It side-steps logistical challenges of marine exploration, bringing audiences underwater to experience sea-life for themselves.

National Geographic is bringing the sea into 3D with their upcoming “Virtual Reality at Nat Geo” series. The series features two underwater experiences you won’t want to miss!

National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, Enric Sala, is leading a virtual trip to Galapagos. Sala’s 360 degree footage will take you on an underwater journey through one of the last wild places on Earth.

More of a manta ray fan? Then join marine biologist Erika Woolsey on a venture to Paulu, where she’ll bring you up close and personal with the graceful giants.

Get your tickets for an opportunity to dive below the surface and explore our oceans— no swimming experience necessary.

View the full Series Schedule for more dates of these and other NatGeo VR experiences.