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U.S.: The Travel Joint Offers Booking Site For Cannabis Travel, Tourism

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New website is one-stop shop for booking travel, hotels, restaurants and activities as well as news on cannabis products, tips on cooking with cannabis and more

With a rise in the number of states that have legalized recreational marijuana use -- and with more likely on the way in 2016 -- cannabis tourism is becoming an important, but mostly untalked-about market segment. To help bring this market out of the shadows, The Travel Joint has launched a new website that is a one-stop shop for booking cannabis travel.

The Travel Joint allows medical and recreational cannabis users to book every aspect of their travel itineary, including hotels, flights, concert tickets, cannabis tours and more. The Travel Joint's concierge team is also able to arrange for over-the-top luxury experiences like private jet travel and top of the line suites in destinations like Coloardo, Washington and Nevada.

The cannabis travel-booking source and leisure site on Monday launched a revamped, easy-to-use website. The Travel Joint allows medical and recreational cannabis users to book every aspect of their travel itinerary, including hotels, flights, concert tickets, cannabis tours and much more.

“The amount of information related to cannabis tourism and lifestyle that’s spread across multiple websites can be overwhelming,” said The Travel Joint Founder Brannon Zimbelman. “With The Travel Joint, we wanted to have all of the information in one place that is easy to use, easy to understand and easy to book.”

U.S.: Bud and Breakfast Launches New Accommodations Booking Engine

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Founded by experienced travel professionals, Budandbreakfast.com fosters safe, legal cannabis tourism by matching travelers with a variety of accommodations

Bud and Breakfast has launched what it calls "the first web-based booking engine to match travelers with safe and legal accommodations in places which have legalized the use of cannabis for medical and/or recreational use." This currently includes Alaska, Colorado, Oregon and Washington as well as countries like Jamaica, The Netherlands and Uruguay, according to the company.

Before now, anyone traveling to a place where cannabis is legal still faced the challenge of finding a place to smoke or vaporize cannabis flower or enjoy edibles infused with cannabinoids. The fact is, consumption of cannabis is still not legal in public – not in a car, hotel, bar, restaurant or anywhere other than a private residence.

"We want to provide an accessible network of accommodations that meet high standards of quality, reliability and satisfaction for travelers who also wish to enjoy the benefits of this wonderfully healing plant,” said Sean Roby, founder and CEO of Bud and Breakfast.

“This goes beyond people looking to smoke pot," Roby said. "There are families with sick children looking for alternative treatments and adults who live with handicaps being treated with cannabis. Bud and Breakfast makes it possible to find a comfortable setting – like a private home – to begin healing. It’s great to know we can help them.”

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