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Sep 10, 2016 9:40 AM

Best Cannabis-Friendly Vacations in Four Recreational States

Though there are only four states in the U.S. where cannabis is legal for recreational use—Colorado, Oregon, Alaska, and Washington—you can have a great vacation there by visiting one of cannabis-related tourist attractions. You can choose anything from cannabis-friendly hotels to weed tour buses to pot-related whitewater rafting and other creative activities that are best to couple with a cannabis pipe.

Keep on reading this article to learn more about the most entertaining weed-related activities that are only permitted in these pot-friendly states.

Colorado

Colorado is the friendliest state for marijuana tourists, as you can easily come across both weed-friendly hotels and pot-related activities here. As a tourist, you can opt for tour buses with dab-rig and e-nail stations on board. This type of tourist buses offers their visitors a glassware and dab bar, video entertainment and route information on monitors, a refrigerator for drinks, a lavatory, and even a laser light show.

The toking travelers can also take cannabis cooking classes or visit a cannabis grow school.

Besides, you can enjoy a weed-infused massage if you want to relax, or take exhaling and painting classes for expressing your creativity. Undoubtedly, Colorado is full of options for tourists who are looking for cannabis and cannabis-related activities.

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Alaska

Alaska has also legalized recreational cannabis, so weed tourists can find some pot-related attractions here too. Naturally, the local scenery is literally created for enjoying while high. How wonderful are the Northern Lights? It is even a greater pleasure if you smoke a weed pipe before.

In addition, such cannabis strains as Alaska, Alaskan Ice, or Alaskan Thunder Fuck will come in handy for those traveling across the state. Breathtaking nature, diverse wildlife, and various outdoor activities like hiking, fishing, and kayaking will make your vacation more impressive when combined with the mentioned marijuana strains.

Pot tourists can also expect to get some cannabis for free, as the state laws allow adults to gift each other up to one ounce of marijuana. Thus, you can legally ask for weed from local stoners. Besides, Alaskan weed-related businesses usually offer some free weed for visitors as an incentive to opt for their company over competitors.

Your Guide to Marijuana Tourism in United States
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In the two years since Colorado first permitted the sale of recreational weed, a cannabis tourism infrastructure rapidly emerged. Cannabis-friendly charter SUVs will drive you to the mountain slopes any time of day or night.

Oregon

Although smoking weed is legal in Oregon, you can only do it on weed-friendly private property. If you are a tourist, you may never be on private property where pot smokers are welcomed. But there is nothing to worry about, as a local company Weed Country Adventures has arranged weed-friendly activities for stoners like you.

The company offers whitewater rafting tours with stops on private properties where you can get legally high. If you are an adrenaline junkie who likes to smoke a pipe of weed after extreme activities, this WCA tour is exactly what you need during your vacation.

Washington

Washington tourists have a great opportunity to travel to local dispensaries and grow sites with Cannabus. The company offers state visitors a cannabis party bus where they can get high on board. Smoking weed in public is banned in the state, but you can visit recreational shops or cannabis-related events that often take place in Washington.

However, there are less weed-related activities than in Oregon or Colorado, as smoking cannabis in public is equal to drinking alcohol, which is also forbidden in the state. Fortunately, even if you forget about this restriction, you will only be fined with $27, as no jail time or other legislative penalties are applied to tokers in Washington.

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