Which Foreign Land Should You Travel To In 2017?

Pack your bags and grab your passport.

LordMarvelous
Created By LordMarvelous
On Dec 29, 2016

How would you describe your travel budget this year?

Pick where you're most likely to stay while traveling.

What's the top aspect you look for in a travel destination?

If we unzipped your suitcase what would we find?

Click on the first image that catches your interest.

Urban Adventures

Urban Adventures

While European cities like Rome and Paris might always be the most popular, Lisbon is a gem worth visiting. The port city has museums, beautiful architecture and world-renowned restaurants.

Merida, Mexico is another city worth checking out in 2017. With a bustling culinary scene and reputation for being one of the friendliest cities on the Yucatán Peninsula, it's no surprise Merida is becoming so popular with tourists.

Wherever your exotic travel plans take you, you might want to consider packing these goods along to make the most of your trip.

Belkin Travel Swivel Charger Surge Protector: Three outlets and 2 USB charging ports, make this portable power strip the perfect travel accessory. Get one on Amazon for $17

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LifeStraw Filtered Water Bottle: This 23-ounce water bottle will guarantee you have fresh, delicious water no matter what country you're in. Removes up to 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria. Get one on Amazon for $34.99

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PureSteam Travel Garment Steamer: Say goodbye to wrinkled clothes from your suitcase forever. This handheld steamer will remove wrinkles and freshen clothes, so you don't have to bother with that old as dirt hotel iron. Get it on Amazon for $29.99

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Off The Beaten Path

Off The Beaten Path

Finland may not be the first place you think of for vacation, but it should certainly be on your radar. The country has some of the most beautiful landscapes on the planet and in 2017 will host the World Figure Skating Championships and the Nordic World Ski Championships. Plus, there aren't many places other than Lapland, Finland where you can spend the night in a glass igloo.

And if snow isn't really what you're looking for, then you might want to buy a ticket to Bermuda. This tropical island off the coast of North Carolina will get you a bit of Britain, only with an island flair.

Wherever your exotic travel plans take you, you might want to consider packing these goods along to make the most of your trip.

Kanga Pocket Blanket: Carrying a good travel blanket is a must if your travel plans involve the outdoors and this lightweight blanket is water and mildew resistant and small enough to fit in your pocket, hence the name. Get one on Amazon for $24.99

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TP-Link Wi-Fi Range Extender: The wi-fi hostels isn't always the greatest, but this little gadget gives extra juice to even the weakest wi-fi signal. Simply plug it in and turn that dead zone into a hot spot. Pack one in your suitcase on Amazon for $29.99

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Plantronics Noise Cancelling Headphones: Because your trip shouldn't be ruined by a snoring bunk mate. Grab a pair on Amazon for $149

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Way Off The Beaten Path

Way Off The Beaten Path

If you're looking for adventure then Palawan, Philippines is a must. Palawan has some of the most diverse landscapes and aquatic life in the country. Spend your days snorkeling, hiking and exploring the numerous caves.

And if island life isn't really your thing, check out Nambia and its stunning wildlife in Etosha National Park.

Wherever your exotic travel plans take you, you might want to consider packing these goods along to make the most of your trip.

JBL Pulse 2 Portable Splashproof Bluetooth Speaker: With a 10 hour battery life, capability to connect with 3 smartphones and water resistant, this speaker is sure to keep your music close, whether you're in the jungle or your hotel room. Get it on Amazon for $149

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Glycolic Exfoliating and Resurfacing Wipes: Listen face wipes might not be the most exiting thing, but are ESSENTIAL for travel, especially if you're staying somewhere without clean, running water. Put these in your bag from Amazon for $18

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DoubleNest Hammock: What's an island vacation without a little hammock r&r? This high-strength hammock can hold up to 400 pounds and is big enough to fit you and your travel buddy. Snag one on Amazon for $69.95

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