Track your travels with this fun World Travel Tracker Map by Landmass Goods. It’s a great way to inspire others and fuel your own wanderlust.
We were so excited to open our new World Travel Tracker Map! It came nicely packaged, in a cool triangular box. We like that Landmass has put so much thought into these packages, adding little details like a “plane tab” that you have to pull to open the box.
Once we opened the box there was a cardboard tube inside. That tube contained the map, which was also wrapped in tissue paper. This map was very well packaged!
It also came with instructions on how to flatten the map. Basically, roll it in the opposite direction but be extra careful not to crease the map. We did that, but still end up using a phone to hold down one of the corners.
Then we started scratching! The map is basically like a lottery scratch off ticket; you use a coin to scratch off the countries that you’ve been to. The map has a gold top foil that reveals bright colors underneath and the US, Canada, and Australia are divided further into states. Underneath there are also 210 flags of the world that you can scratch off too.
The map size is 17″ x 24″. If you’d like to frame it, Landmass recommends putting it in an 18″ x 24″ frame.
If you’d like to learn more about the World Travel Tracker Map or other Landmass products, you can click here. They offer free shipping within the US and have a 100% money back guarantee.
Another thing we really like about Landmass itself, is that their mission is to encourage people to travel and to support global awareness. At least 10% of their profits fund not-for-profit organizations like Amnesty International and Fund For Education Abroad, which sends inner city students on their first trip outside of the country.
So whether you’re trying to track your own travels, or hoping to inspire wanderlust in someone else, the World Travel Travel Map by Landmass Goods is the perfect way to do it. We love the premium quality of the map and the fact that each purchase helps to support a great cause. We also know that anyone who sees your map will ask about it, leading to wonderful conversations and stories about where you’ve been and still hope to go.
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**A big thank you to Landmass Goods! Although they provided us with a map so we could bring you this review, as always, all opinions are our own.**