Momentarily escape the reality and enjoy visiting some of the top attractions and locations to help you plan where to go with your group in the future.
Watch macaques, meerkats and flamingos at Paignton Zoo: the three webcams will give you a front-seat view of some of the zoo’s residents.
Watch the resident flamingos go about their day, see the critically endangered Sulawesi crested macaques play and spot the nine members of the meerkat mob.
Sit back and enjoy the views with a Stuart Line Cruises video: get inspiration for your next visit with this footage showing some of the stunning scenery in the area.
Stuart Line Cruises usually operates boat trips sailing around Exeter, Exmouth, Torquay and Sidmouth taking in the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, beautiful River Exe and picture-postcard South Devon towns.
See what the residents of The Donkey Sanctuary are up to: there are a number of webcams on the sanctuary’s website you can view to spot the different donkeys including members of the miniature herd, Twiggy, Brandy and Gem.
If you tune in at 8.30am, you’ll see the donkeys being checked by the grooms and mucked out. The sanctuary in Sidmouth is home to hundreds of rescue donkeys.
Step back in time and enjoy Bygones’ Victorian streets: the attraction in Torquay is usually very popular with groups and transports visitors throughout the years of wartime Britain, the fabulous 50s and more.
While currently closed, your group can see what they recognise from a series of videos showcasing different displays.
Go underground with a unique tour of Exeter’s underground passages: Exeter is the only city in the UK to have underground passages of this kind.
Guided tours have taken place since the 1930s and provide visitors with a fascinating insight into their history.
Fly along the Paignton coastline: enjoy the views shared by the Redcliffe Hotel in a spectacular video showcasing both the hotel and the surrounding coastline.
The hotel, which normally welcomes group bookings, is located in the heart of The English Riviera and boasts a 400 metre water frontage, at sea level.
Dive into Devon with virtual reality 360 videos: Visit South Devon has its own collection available for groups to view on its YouTube channel.
Explore the Grand Western Canal on board a horse-drawn barge, soar above the treetops at Haldon Forest’s Go Ape or see what you can find rockpooling at Wembury.
Head to the beach without leaving your sofa: as well as webcams and videos from the region’s attractions and accommodation providers, there are many beach cameras so you can bring parts of South Devon into the living rooms of your members.
Visit South Devon has the list and links you need on its website.