Many of the popular tourist destinations all around the world are finding alternative ways of generating support due to the lack of tourism. It typically supports the local businesses, hotels, eaters, and attractions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To maintain some normalcy amidst widespread self-quarantine, the Palm Beaches resorts has established a virtual reality experience for individuals. From the comfort of their own home, residents can participate in an array of different activities through Discover the Palm Beaches.
A Virtual Coastal Classroom has been launched by the Loggerhead Marinelife Center. It is a non-profit turtle research center with rehabilitation and educational institution. The classroom educates the public about the conservation of ocean ecosystems by doing live broadcasts each day from the Outdoor Sea Turtle Hospital.
The new moon yoga classes and “Namaste at Home” will be virtually offered by the Hilton West Palm Beach as a virtual field trip. With the help of its free app or website, digital tours of the “Gilded Age” id offered by the Flagler Museum.
Other offers contain an exploration of 47 miles of beaches through beach cams and White Glove Service (the MVP of VIP digital shopping) through virtual bike rides. During this time, the Palm Beach community has banned together to keep all the local businesses afloat.
The popular bar Roosters has dipped into emergency funds that support all the employees and small businesses. All the full-time employees have been provided up to $1000 for April rents by the Death or Glory Bar in Delray Beach.
The local restaurants which are in need are being marketed by the culinary photographer Libby Vision. To fund the Jupiter-based Scripps Research Institute’s research for the COVID-19 cure, the bouquets are being handed by Renny & Reed at The Royal Poinciana.
It is a florist business that gives the bouquets to the passerby for donations to help to fund.