Most of us here at Happy Travelers Tours are Sonoma County born and raised and, as such, we have deep and well-established relationships with many of the folks in the Sonoma County Cannabis Industry. Taking a Happy Travelers Tours Wine-and-Weed Tour will put you up-close-and-personal with cannabis plants and the professionals who grow them.

Sonoma County is in Northern California

It’s known for the Sonoma Valley wine region, as well as other notable winemaking areas such as the Dry Creek and Alexander valleys. It’s also home to countless Cannabis Grows and a burgeoning legal weed industry. The city of Sonoma is home to the 19th-century Mission San Francisco Solano and the central, colonial-era Sonoma Plaza. Near Glen Ellen, Jack London State Historic Park contains the gravesite and cottage of the American author, plus many trails.

In Sonoma County, there’s always a way to connect with the land. And with each other. Just 45 minutes north of San Francisco you can discover one of California’s top food and wine destinations. Hike among towering redwoods, cruise along rugged Pacific coastline and get to know inviting small towns. Or, just sit back and toke it all in. Life opens up in Sonoma County. Let us show you!

Northern Sonoma County

Do you want to spend an entire day in the Dry Creek Valley Wine Regional and Appellation, or maybe another of Sonoma County’s 18 wine regions?

Perhaps you’re interested in visiting wineries, no matter the location, known for great Pinot Noir. Perhaps you’re looking for some locally produced Sonoma County Marijuana.

In general, a touring company specialist will listen to what you want and carefully and put together a tour that matches your desires. Give Happy Travelers Tours a call at 707-386-9859 and book one of our cannabis friendly Tours!

Southern Sonoma County

All of Sonoma County thrives on diversity however Southern Sonoma County seems to have just a bit more, from world-class wineries, breweries and cannabis grows to gourmet cheese makers and a world class race track.

The main grape growing regions here are Sonoma Valley and Carneros, where great Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and various other varieties happily grow in the rolling vineyards.

The Sonoma Valley, including Moon Mountain and Mount Veeder, are known for their microclimates affects on the cannabis strains grown there. One day, the Sonoma Valley Cannabis appellation will be visible on packages of marijuana grown in this region.

Plan plenty of extra time for the lively wineries of Southern Sonoma County. Ledson Winery in Kenwood pours rich wines in a nightmare vision of a 17th century Castle, and Keller Estate Winery in Petaluma leverages the cooling breezes from the Petaluma Gap to make structured, elegant wines. Head over to the Lagunitas Petaluma Brewery for brewery tours and on-tap beers. While you’re in Petaluma, make an appointment for a tour of the Achadinha Cheese Company, or look for their farmstead cheeses at many local restaurants and farmers markets.

When you’re in the Sonoma Valley, book a Cannabis Tour with Happy Travelers Tours and visit a 1 acre mountain top cannabis grow where you can get up-close-and-personal with marijuana plants.

Sonoma County

Only 30 miles north of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, Sonoma County beckons the adventurous and the curious with more than 420 friendly wineries, farm-to-table restaurants, 40 spas, rivers to kayak or float down, Cannabis Tours, redwood forests to explore, boutiques and galleries that entice, and hiking and biking trails that meander over oak-covered hills.

With a mild Mediterranean climate, there is no bad time to visit Sonoma County. It’s a magical state of mind, a historic legacy, a leader in sustainable tourism, a home to California’s beginnings, a mecca for the senses and a pastoral slice of paradise. The “sun grow” (or outdoor) cannabis season runs from late April to late October.

Come on up and take a tour, learn about the convergence of wine and weed and enjoying getting to know more about cannabis. You’ll learn the similarities between the process of growing wine grapes and outdoor cannabis flower.

You’ll have a visit with a mobile retailer who’ll explain about the wide variety of cannabis products available. You’ll be able to browse and purchase items.

Sonoma County has no shortage of interesting things to do and see; tour companies offer everything from typical wine tasting tours, bird-watching excursions, guided nature walks and spa experiences. Now, thanks to Prop. 64, tourists and locals alike can add cannabis tours to their itineraries.

Just imagine the amazing experience of pairing fine wine and primo northern California cannabis in a fantastic adventure, in beautiful Sonoma Wine-and-Weed Country!