What Weed Tourism Looks Like In 2022 And Beyond

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Whether it’s a new market, or an old one continuing to push its limits with recreational marijuana, weed tourism does not plan to slow down any time soon. California has been a leader in marijuana tourism since its inception, and continues to reinvent itself to maintain its status as a pot paradise. That makes a total of 18 states, Washington D.C. and Guam that have an added draw for potential tourism. In 2022, however, there is something new in the air that has begun to inspire a new wave of tourism. Photo by Dino Reichmuth via Unsplash While many facets of the travel industry struggled to tread water throughout the pandemic, recreational marijuana sales continued to grow, and more areas of the world legalized recreational marijuana.

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Whether it’s a new market, or an old one continuing to push its limits with recreational marijuana, weed tourism does not plan to slow down any time soon.

As leisure travel continues to recover and countries lift their travel bans and COVID-19 restrictions one by one, many tourist destinations are eagerly awaiting new visitors. No matter how luxurious or sought after the destination, it seems every locale is eager to find new ways to attract business. 

In 2022, however, there is something new in the air that has begun to inspire a new wave of tourism. One of the latest trending motivators in destination travel is, putting it bluntly, weed.

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