Now that you can order cannabis online in many places, it’s easier than ever to order your weed and have it delivered directly to your hotel room or cabin in the woods.
Here are some of the most popular destinations for cannabis tourism in 2021:
Pot tourism is becoming a thing, and it’s easier than ever for out-of-state cannabis enthusiasts to sample everything these states have to offer. While California has long been known as one of America’s foremost weed-friendly destinations, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, and Nevada are catching up fast—and now that more states are legalizing recreational use of cannabis year after year, they’re not slowing down anytime soon.
In Spain, cannabis legalization is only a matter of time. In November, Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez submitted a draft bill that would make cannabis legal for therapeutic purposes and layout how much an individual could legally possess.
On Dec. 10, Members of Parliament voted 176-to-135 in favor of introducing a bill legalizing marijuana for medicinal use—the first step towards regulation. Spain is therefore fast becoming a popular cannabis vacation spot.
2021 was the year Portugal became only the second country to fully legalize cannabis for recreational use. This is big news for people visiting Europe because it means you can have up to 30 grams of weed on your person at any time without being considered a criminal.
Portugal has long been considered one of Europe’s most forward-thinking countries—and with good reason—so expect its pro-weed laws to catch on soon.
Canada legalized recreational cannabis nationwide on October 17, 2018. This has made Canada one of few countries where you can travel with marijuana and use it for recreation.
There are currently no public consumption laws, so you can smoke weed anywhere that smoking tobacco is allowed, but just like alcohol, not anywhere that it’s prohibited—and never at work.
Currently, only nine licensed brick-and-mortar stores are open for business in Ontario, with more opening soon. A small number of online retailers are also shipping across Canada.
The small country of Uruguay legalized cannabis for adult use five years ago. As a result, it’s become known as one of South America’s most progressive nations. With support from neighboring Brazil and Argentina, along with its place on South America’s northern coast, Uruguay has become a must-see destination for cannabis travelers.
Although weed is still illegal in Amsterdam, locals are open about their use of cannabis. Some even refer to Amsterdam as the cannabis capital of Europe. It’s almost impossible to walk down a street without noticing something—or someone—inhaling from a joint or bong. Many tourists aren’t shy about using cannabis as well, as evidenced by stories from those who have visited.
The cannabis industry has grown dramatically over the past few years, and it’s not slowing down anytime soon. If you’re looking for a cannabis vacation destination, check out any of these spots – we promise you won’t be disappointed!
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