21 Insane Trips You Can Plan For Summer 2017 If You're Young Broke And Restless

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21 Insane Trips You Can Plan For Summer 2017 If You're Young Broke And Restless

If you already miss summer 2016, then it's time to get planning for summer 2017! You might be saying that our dollar is super shitty but it's not when you decide to travel to one of the magical destinations below! Not only can you explore, but you can do so on a cheap budget!

READ ALSO:20 Insane Places In Canada You Need To Travel To If You’re Young, Broke, And Restless

These locations are stunning and perfect for when you just want to escape reality and kick back! You can participate in amazing activities, take beautiful photographs, try new food, learn new things, and most of all have a relax! So, I suggest getting away from Montreal for a bit this summer 2017 and relaxing the right way, with sand, the ocean, and your loved ones!

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1. Monteverde, Costa Rica

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Daily Price $40

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 2. Santa Marta, Colombia

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Daily Price: $12.76

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3. Sayulita, Mexico

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Daily Price: $50

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4. Machu Picchu, Peru

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Daily Price: $18.35

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5. Palawan, Philippines

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Daily Price: $30.16

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 6. Madrid, Spain

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Daily Price: $50.59

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7. Aukland, New Zealand

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Daily Price: $63.13

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8. Varna, Bulgaria

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Daily Price: $24.55

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9. Shanghai, China

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Daily Price: $39.58

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10. Varadero, Cuba

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Daily Price: $23.27

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 11. Bali, Indonesia

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Daily Price: $23.22

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12. Marrakech, Morocco

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Daily Price: $54.14

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13. Crete, Greece

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Daily Price: $64.93

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14. Salzburg, Austria

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Daily Price: $54

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15. Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Daily Price: $50

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16. Ankor Wat, Cambodia

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Daily Price: $12

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17. Agra, India

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Daily Price: $33

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18. Ella, Sri Lanka

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Daily Price: $45.85

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19. Halong Bay, Vietnam

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Daily Price: $54.34

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20. Ulaan Bator, Mongolia

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Daily Price: $26.85

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21. Bangkok, Thailand

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Daily Price: $71.62

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