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A Ganja Getaway

Tired of your typical wine and whiskey tours? Then head on over to Jamaica, where farmers are offering ganja tours. On these outings, travelers visit hidden cannabis plantations where they can sample strains like “the original sensemilla” and “chocolate skunk.” While the plant remains illegal in Jamaica, advocates argue that marijuana could strengthen the island’s struggling economy.

(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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