Google’s Street View cars have mapped urban conurbations. Now it wants Google Trekker to bring offer a ground-eye view of some of the world’s wildest regions.
Miniatur Wunderland features miniature versions of some of Germany and America’s most popular destinations and attractions, and now you can Street View it from your browser.
Use Google Street View to learn about the four-legged residents at some of Kenya’s nature reserves.
See life from a feline point of view.
Google sees everything, so it was inevitable it would some day capture South African crime as it unfolds.
You can now virtually explore over 40 underwater locations from around the world.
Madagascar is rich in spectacular biodiversity.
See photos, artefacts, videos and maps of the former apartheid prison documenting the time spent there by some of its most iconic inmates.
Dubai becomes the first Arab city to be added to Google Street View.
You can now explore some of India’s most treasured historical sites on Google.
The Brazilian World Cup stadia have arrived on Google Street View.
See the majestic Angkor Wat temples that have recently been added to Google Street View
With a fast enough internet connection you might just beat the Stig’s best time!
Tired of sending its Street View cars around, Google is giving users the ability to add their own views and photos to the most-used online mapping tool.
Let’s go racecar shopping using Google Street View’s latest racy addition.
Gather the kids around the computer and take part in one of the world’s oldest outdoor activities.
Updating the World Cup-era pics for a more modern audience.
Visit zoos from around the world without getting your yellow fever shots.