\n \n I have been to Amsterdam twice. Admittedly, it was to smoke \nweed. The city is beautiful, the culture is super cool and the heady lifestyle \nthat was brought into the city in the 1960’s has remained. But I didn’t go to \nsee the Van Gogh museum or take a boat down the canals, I went to try the best \nweed on the planet. I went to experience the cannabis culture that is present \nthere. Those other things were just an added benefit. \n Cannabis has created a new avenue for tourism in the United \nStates that people are not quite sure how to utilize just yet. Lack of \nadvertising is a bummer for those looking to vacation in an adult-use state. \nCity and state tourism boards still shy away from promoting weed as an \nattraction. The purpose of tourism is to highlight the beauty of a particular area, \nbut it is tough to do that with cannabis though. You cannot smoke it publicly \nanywhere, and the way the packaging and restriction laws are written are such \nthat you must essentially take your products to a small dark room and get high. \nWeed tourism faces some speedbumps and legal states still have a long way to go \nbefore pot tourism can flourish, but that doesn’t mean there is nowhere to \nenjoy a good buzz. \n Weed tourism may be in its infancy, however there are still places \nto enjoy yourself without having to be holed up in a quiet room somewhere, \njamming a bunch of towels under the door, and blowing your hits strategically \nout the window behind a fan. The moment you search for cannabis tourism you \nwill find hotels and hostels that are very welcoming to the cannabis traveler and \nwill not only give you the place to smoke, but will also have you fixed up the \nmoment you enter your room with buds, brownies, bongs, dabs, topicals, bath \nbombs, you name it. Most places that allow cannabis offer the freedom to kick \nback and smoke, or vape, in your respective accommodations without having to \nworry about a thing. \n Going to a dispensary is a great experience if you haven’t \nvisited one. Budtenders are a fun group with contagious energy. They get into \nthis business because of their love of the plant and they will share that love \nwith everyone that comes their way. Once you’ve met the budtenders though, now \nwhat? My420tours.com offers an abundance of Colorado, California, and Washington, \nand Oregon tours that are available for you to jump on. California, Nevada, and \nMassachusetts will soon be available on their itinerary. Cannabis tours are one \nof the only places outside of the budroom where you get to interact with and be \neducated by people in the industry. Getting behind-the-scenes access to parts \nof the industry that people do not know about and are curious to see is similar \nto what is offered at wineries. Additionally, you will also be able to enjoy a \nvineyard-esque tour of cannabis farms. As a weed smoker there are few things \nthat compare to walking through a professional grow when the most you’ve ever \nseen is what your buddy grows in his closet or the latest pics from High Times. \n It will be a minute until you see any fatty-friendly coffee \nshops like the ones they have in Europe, but to a lesser extent they are kind \nof an option in Colorado. Coloradopotguide.com will offer you a listing of the \nfront range cannabis lounges and dab bars that are available for you to visit \nduring your stay. Ganjasana in Denver combines yoga and cannabis. I would \nhighly recommend a cannabis infused massage or try to track down the local \nPuff, Pass, and Paint as an opportunity to get creative with like-minded \nfriends while smoking and painting in a private setting. A cannabis cooking \nclass like Stir Cooking school is offered through Kushtourism.com, they can educate \nyou in the art of making your own cannabis gummy edibles when you go home…if \nyou go home. \n Whether you are looking for canna-friendly lodgings that \nallow you to blaze without getting kicked out, need advice on the finest \nselection of weed that your pallet desires, feel like painting your \nmasterpiece, or are just looking for some cool scenery while in an elevated \nstate you’ll be covered. As the country embraces cannabis like never before and \ncannabis travel begins to evolve, there’s no time like the present to get out \nhere and enjoy what we have to offer. And keep in mind, in addition to the marijuana \nadventures, the states that have legalized weed also have some pretty cool added \nbenefits as well.