With Canada’s cannabis industry turning recreational by July 2018 we can expect for the country to start seeing more 420-friendly tourists. Since there is still some time before this tourist sector opens in Canada, let’s check out the other awesome places to visit where cannabis is legal. We got these dream rentals from Bud and Breakfast, an amazing site that helps those who smoke, vape, eat, or dab cannabis find the perfect rental for their vacation.
Bud and Breakfast provides a nice profile of hosts so that we can get to know them before our stay.
Luxury Loft – Denver, Colorado
As an American, it’s hard to write about cannabis tourism without mentioning Colorado. After searching Colorado on Bud and Breakfast, we were so excited to see this fancy luxury loft. Two stories, brand new, and right in the middle of downtown Denver; this loft is suitable for the more opulent getaways. The cannabis isn’t provided in this rental, but luckily it’s fun to shop around at the well-established recreational dispensaries in Colorado. The loft features two bedrooms and sleeps up to eight.
The Bay Area in California has always been an amazing place for cannabis. This could be because the coveted grower’s paradise the Mendocino Triangle is so close. Whatever the reason, cannabis in California is delicious, and at the North Berkeley cottage we found on Airbnb, cannabis is provided. While visiting, check out the delicious eateries sprinkled around this delightful area where professional chef Alice Waters got her start.
Before we go on and on about how amazing Jamaica is, we will add that you have to know someone to get the good ganja. That is just one of many amazing things about Mama Orah’s Yoga Tea House. Mama Orah’s is ten minutes out from the common cruise port Ocho Rios. But it just far enough to give visitors a taste of local village life. The Yoga Tea House is close to the river and the beach, and best of all, cannabis is provided.
Cara began working in the retail cannabis industry of San Francisco, CA in 2011 and continued in that sector for years. In 2015 she put down her budtender hat and dedicated herself to writing full-time. Her passion for the written word and deep respect for the healing properties of the cannabis plant fuel the passion in her posts.