Scratchable Adventure World Map

Calling all adrenaline junkies out there! Not satisfied with simply seeing the world? You’re the sort of person that has to experience the very extremes of all this planet has to offer. Never visiting the same place twice, you’re always seeking out the best views, the best experiences, the best food that a country has to offer. You’d think nothing of trekking for 2 days to see the lost city of the Incas, or journeying out into the freezing Icelandic countryside in the middle of the night to experience the Northern Lights. If this sounds like you, then you’ll love our Adventure Map.

A scratchable adventure world map with the added feature of over 280 ‘must do’ bucket list experiences to scratch off and complete. So whether you’re visiting Berlin or Benin you can use the map and included booklet to find an unforgettable sight or experience near you.

The Adventure Map is printed on matte black paper with a removable gold foil for each of the experiences. The 280 odd adventures are spilt into 4 categories; Nature, Culture, Activity and Cuisine. Also included is a pocket sized travel guide which you can take with you on your travels. This 150 page booklet lists in detail all the experiences featured on the map.

This visually stunning world map poster would make a wonderful gift, as it’s not just a beautiful piece of wall art but also promises the gift of travel. Whether they’re the sort of person who would enjoy trekking to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, or if they have more of a ‘sleep under the stars in Namibia’ kind of vibe, they’ll definitely appreciate this interactive travel gift.

Perhaps you feel your life up until now has been lacking exactly this sort of travel adventure; maybe you’ve never even been that far away from home, but now you’re ready to make the leap from holiday maker to intrepid explorer. Well, it’s never too late to start and with this travel map you can start planning those life changing trips straight away. Before you know it you’ll be swimming with the Turtles in Ningaloo or gazing up at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Happy travels!