A growing list of airlines and holiday spots are courting visitors with virtual experiences that offer options that nearly rival the real thing. If nothing else, VR can be a time-saver for travellers, as they can know what to expect and can allocate time to those activities they would like to visit at the destination. The technology's rising popularity is swelling the ranks of destinations telling their story with virtual reality apps growing. "For now, VR is the closest a traveller can get to the idea of physically being at a destination, but it can't replace the act of travel, it can only enhance it," CEO and Creative Director of Start VR. Find out more.