A tourism body has promised to “leave a light on” for when visitors return to the north-east.
VisitAberdeenshire has collated a series of interactive tours, digital experiences and online classes in a bid to encourage armchair adventurers to explore the region.
The “Aberdeenshire will wait” project also features an online programme that includes virtual art collections, cookery lessons, castle tours and flyover videos of the region’s best golf courses.
Chris Foy, chief executive of VisitAberdeenshire, said: “We’re leaving a light on for our visitors, encouraging them to take a closer look at our beautiful region from afar.
“Our interactive site pulls together virtual experiences from around the region, appealing to people’s curiosity and inspiring them to plan a future visit.”
VisitAberdeenshire is also appealing to locals to rediscover the very best of the region when the time is right to do so, and help support businesses in their community.
Mr Foy added: “‘Aberdeenshire will wait’ is also a reminder to our local community of what is so inherently brilliant about this area, our wild coastlines, incredible scenery and rich heritage.”