10 incredible worldwide bucket list destinations

If you’re the proud owner of a brand new Scratch Map Platinum, we bet you can’t wait to start jet setting around the world and scratching off the paces you have been. This luxurious world map with shimmering metallic ink and removable platinum foil is just crying out to be used so we thought we’d provide you with some travel inspiration with 10 incredible worldwide bucket list destinations.

Alaska, Canada
Alaska is one of the best places on earth to see the Northern Lights which should be on everyone’s bucket lists. It is also has some of the most awesome scenery on earth and offers the chance to see grizzly bears, glaciers and polar bears.

2. The Galapagos Islands
Off the coast of Ecuador this is a destination for wildlife lovers and the place that inspired Darwin’s theory of natural selection.

3. Machu Picchu, Peru
The lost city of the Incas is a wonderfully preserved archaeological site and the location of the misty Huayana Picchu Mountain.

4. The Amazon, Brazil
Incredible scenery and wildlife like no where else on earth. This 4,400 mile river travels through eight countries; Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana.

5. Santorini, Greece.
This stunning greek island boasts black sand beaches and picture postcard white washed buildings with blue domed roofs sitting on top of hilltops overlooking the brilliant blue sea.

6. The Grand Canyon, USA.
This northern Arizona canyon will leave any visitor overwhelmed and physically awe struck by it’s sheer vastness and beauty.

7. The Great Wall of China
There are many options for those wanting to walk the Great Wall. You can take a day trip, cycle or walk along sections, take a helicopter flight, stay in a luxury hotel next to the wall or you can even stay in a watchtower.

8. Rome
A classic but a goodie, Rome is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in the world. Visit sites such as the Colosseum, the Vatican City and the Sistine Chapel.

9. Cairo, Egypt.
Seeing the Pyramids should be on everyones travel bucket list and they are not one of the Seven wonders of the world for no reason. Over 4,600 years old, it remains a mystery how they were built.

10. Jaipur, India.
Called the Pink City due to it’s buildings all being painted in pink terra-cotta. Considered one of the most beautiful places in the world and all the goods and textiles here are still made by hand.