I think most savvy travelers are in awe of Google Maps—which, for starters, is amazingly helpful when you aren’t sure if that hotel or vacation rental you’re about to book is really on the ocean. Well, Google has done it again. Not only have they been documenting the world above ground in more and more detail, but they’re now documenting our oceans as well, as seen in the video above. Amazing!

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1 Comment On "Travel Video of the Week: Explore the ocean with Google Maps"
  1. Chanel @ La Viajera Morena|

    That is pretty darn cool. I just had a thought when I woke up this morning about how I wish someone would photograph the bus stop signs in New York City so that I could look on them from Google Maps to see when buses would arrive to a particular spot. Maybe one day they will adopt that idea too!

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