Destination weddings are so last year — today, we’re talking about destination divorces. And while some people out there might be okay with taking a #divorceselfie…

… For the rest of us who just want to get away from all the stressful tedium that divorces can be, we’ve wrangled up 6 very doable post-divorce vacation ideas. So say au revoir! to marriage and bonjourno! to the newest version of yourself.

You Want to… Live La Vida Loca

If getting back in the game is what you’re aiming to do right after saying, “I don’t,” head to party hot spots like Ibiza, San Francisco, or Berlin to dance like you’ve never danced before — with someone you’ve never danced with before.

Summer of ❤️ @flowerpowerpacha #mondaypower #pachalove #ibiza2016

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You Want to… Try Something Daring

You’ve just signed the papers and you’re ready to get your heart pumping again, right? Venture to Costa Rica or Peru and try your hand at tackling activities like surfing, paragliding, or multi-day treks — things that you once thought were wild are now tantalizingly within your reach.

Grab a bike and come explore the Arenal Volcano!

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Do you dare to jump from this height? Even though the main attraction of #Mancora is its beaches, this city in northern Peru also boasts places that will get your adrenaline pumping with adventure sports like zip-lining. Plus, the scenery is unique – you won’t regret it! // ¿Quién se atreve a lanzarse desde esta altura? Aunque el atractivo principal de #Máncora son sus playas, en esta ciudad del norte del Perú también encontrarás lugares donde descargar adrenalina con deportes de aventura como el #canopy. Además, el paisaje es único, ¡no te arrepentirás! © PROMPERÚ #adventuretime #natural #loveit #igersperu #beautiful #amazing #instatravel #travel #MadeinPerú #MadeinPeru #Perú #Peru #travelgram #wanderlust #voyage #gotogether #must #instagood #photooftheday #instapicture #VisitPeru #DiscoverYourself

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You Want to… Get Away With Your Pals

Once the deal is done, you’re going to need a shoulder to cry on and a couple of listening ears — who better to accompany you on your first adventure in being single than your best buds that have been with you through it all? Take your clique to places like New Orleans or St. Barts to eat, drink, and be merry — in classically chic style, of course.

Our Friday night soundtrack. Photo: @kyle4d #followyournola

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You Want to… Unplug for Awhile

After years of being glued to your email inbox, mobile phone and omnipresent laptop, you’re long overdue for a step on the unplugged side. Take time to rediscover who you are away from all the things you used to define yourself by. Fly your device-free self to the Scottish Highlands or take up organic farming in remote areas around the world to take a step back and gain some much-needed perspective.

On Bennachie today – up through the iron age fort to the Mither Tap summit with the Google Trekker…

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You Want to… Live in the Lap of Luxury

This is your first time being single in… Well, a long time. And you want to enjoy your new status. Hop on a plane bound for Europe and unwind by touring around France’s wine country, Ireland’s casual and vibrant pub life, or by biking around a laid-back Italian village. You can thank us later.

You Want to… Seal the Deal With Your Ex

So you two are still actually friends, good for you! Take your settlements and buy yourselves an ultra-opulent divorce retreat package from a luxury hotel. Most notable is Casa Velas in Puerto Vallerta, Mexico, whose package includes engagement ring redesigns, a stay in the Presidential Suite, spa treatments, and more.

Where have you jetted off to post-divorce? Let us know in the comments!

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