Will Hawaii be the next destination for cannabis-focused travelers?
In May, women of all ages and occupations gathered south of San Francisco for a weekend of yoga, educational classes, spa treatments — and unlimited cannabis in every form imaginable, including smoothies, body creams and vapes.
Thanks to the increasing number of states legalizing recreational and medical marijuana, a new and interesting phenomenon has developed– cannabis tourism.
Before legalization in Colorado as we know it, there was Boulder— a mountainside utopia where droves of hippies found refuge in the late 1960s.
Sari Starr recalls having to sneak around in order to smoke weed with her friends when she was growing up in Toronto in the mid-to-late ’90s.
Good news for toking tourists on their way to Boston: There’s a new collection of marijuana-themed short-term rentals in town, ready to uplift visitors in ways chain hotels cannot.
Full Vending Machines. Pot on the Pillow. What Some California Hotels Are Doing to Attract Marijuana Smokers
A few months after California legalized recreational use of marijuana, the Desert Hot Springs Inn in the Coachella Valley began advertising itself as cannabis friendly — a place where guests can smoke by the pool or heat up a vaporizer in the rooms.
Depending on whom you ask, Red Stripe, Rum and Reggae are the main reasons to take a trip to Jamaica.
From casinos to brothels, Nevada’s known for regulating vice – and marijuana’s a natural fit.
What happens in Vegas really can stay in Vegas. Tourists catching a flight out of Sin City can now dump their leftover legal marijuana in metal containers set up at the airport. The 10 green bins dubbed “amnesty boxes” prevent federal transportation agents from finding pot on passengers during security screenings. The drug is legalRead More