Planning a vacation can be bothersome. There are many things you have to think of—especially when you are preparing for a holiday with cannabis. You have to know not only where to go but what to bring with you and what not to do.
Here are a few tips that can help you with your trip.
First of all, you have to choose your destination wisely. You should book a place beforehand because marijuana-friendly lodgings can be full. Note that recreational cannabis is now legal in eight states plus Washington D.C. Be sure to read all local laws regarding weed consumption—they may differ from your hometown.
When you look for accommodations, search for such terms as “420-friendly” and “cannabis-friendly.” Not many hotels allow smoking weed in the rooms, but there are some places that include cannabis as their special feature.
Some hotels position themselves as eco-retreats and include weed as part of getting closer to nature. Others are simply located near dispensaries and only benefit from this special service. Pay attention to bed-and-breakfast places—some of them tolerate marijuana. There is a dreamland place for all marijuana enthusiasts—North Fork 53. This B&B serves delicious food, provides warm beds, and gives you the opportunity to enjoy your smoke while admiring a picturesque view.
The most helpful tool in the search for a place to stay is TheTravelJoint.com—a website where you can get all the necessary information on cannabis traveling.
Remember that smoking weed in public is forbidden throughout the U.S. So, booking the right place to stay is very important for your cannabis vacation.
If you are already tired of the local dispensaries and want something more than an all-American holiday, there are always other countries you can visit. Look at this list of best places to enjoy weed this summer:
If you do not want to enjoy your high in the loneliness of a hotel room, join a tour or a themed event. Unfortunately, this way, your options for a destination are limited. Mainly, there are four leading states of marijuana tourism: Colorado, Washington, Alaska, and Oregon. Each one of them offers many opportunities and special events that gather hundreds if not thousands of stoners from all over the country. Each state has its own cannabis atmosphere and traditions, and you would benefit from seeing them all.
In Colorado, you will find the largest collection of cannabis tours. Here, small businesses compete with large sharks of marijuana tourism on equal terms. The variety of tours is enormous. You can choose the number of places you want to visit and even order a limo if you have enough money to spend. Colorado tourism offers a place for every stoner no matter how much cash one has. There is also a stoner transit network Loopr. This incredible company has buses that circle the most important weed places all day every day. You can hop on any station and jump off at an unexpected place. The daily ticket costs only $35.
And now, we have come to the last point of your planning. There is a set of necessary things that you have to pack. First of all, bring your passport or a driver's license. No dispensary or cannabis event will open its doors to you without any ID.
If you use cannabis for medical purposes, your medical marijuana card should always be with you.
Remember, most dispensaries only deal with cash. So, take care of your money beforehand.
Take a container or a bag with you so you can protect the flowers and keep the odor locked in.
Now, when you know the most important steps of your vacation, we only have to remind you to: