Cannabis Vacations: Travel curators now sell weed walks and cannabis trails

Emerald Farm Tours offers another slice of nirvana.

Travel agents who have guests looking for unique experiences in the United States can now recommend cannabis vacations. Travel curators can connect with Visit Mendocinoit is Emerald Farm Tours to curate enchanting cannabis journeys that would make the perfect Instagram post.

Tourists can choose from cannabis festivals, cannabis trails, ganja yoga, and packages that combine accommodation and cannabis experiences.

Micro-dosed seven-course meal, weed walks, cannabis trails, a bakery that features artisanal cannabis products displayed in bakery-style display cases, a cannabis museum, a half-acre cannabis consumer lounge are the main attractions.

Two unique tours take travelers behind the Emerald Curtain.

The Northern California Cannabis Tour’s Mendocino Experience offers a four-plus-hour guided tour that delves deep into the Redwood Valley with a visit to an all-sun-grown cannabis farm and heirloom cultivation nursery. Meet the master grower and enjoy an afternoon of bud tasting beside the koi ponds while wandering among the crops for the ultimate Instagram post.

Cost: $420.00/2 people

From inland Mendocino to the stark contrast of Anderson Valley, a wine region boasting premium pinot noir, Alsatian-style sparkling and dry wines, Emerald Farm Tours offers another slice of nirvana. Visitors can participate in the Mendocino County Cannabis Trail, beginning with a luxury Mercedes Sprinter bus arriving deep in the Mendocino redwoods for a hillside “weed walk” with a host grower, followed by a basket -meal in the forest.

Cost: $695.00/per person

From an avant-garde cannabis stay at the elegant Madrones paired with a seven-course micro-dosed meal at Brambles, to a private 20-acre camp nestled among the ancient redwoods, Mendocino offers a diverse range of options for the canna- curious travelers. Visitors can slip into the stars via a private terrace and spa at the MacCallum House, located in the village of Mendocino.

The ‘Everything but the Bud’ package includes all drinking paraphernalia – plus delivery service – and the freedom to enjoy an elevated hot tub. In Hopland, The Thatcher Hotel steps up with contemporary minimalist decor and plenty of cannabis opportunities. Next door, the MendoCann dispensary offers a selection of locally grown premium greens, including the popular Super Loud Farms Watermelon Mimosa. Visitors can bring it back to smoke in the Thatcher’s open-air lounge, accompanied by a classic penicillin craft cocktail and wash away the day.

Nestled in Philo, surrounded by vineyards and towering redwoods, Madrones and Brambles have struck the sweet spot when it comes to canna-cation with a culinary twist. New Cannabis Tasting and Tour Weekends Include a Private Five-Acre Sugar Hill Farm Tour, Accommodations, and a Cannabis Meal Hosted by San Francisco Chef Bronson Macomber of the Plato Verde Social Club. Other key regional romp includes a visit to the Bohemian Chemist in the wine-centric Anderson Valley. It’s the luxury stop with a bespoke range of notions and potions in a vintage Art Deco apothecary. Focused on sun-grown cannabis, edibles and tinctures – with a well-appointed Oak Terrace consumer lounge and two adjoining wine tasting locations. Shoppers can stock in-house products by Bohemian Chemist, as well as other smaller, artisan brands like Professor Snooks.

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