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Los Angeles Magazine: We Went for a Cannabis Tour Ride-Along

By: Steffi Victorioso

Tour buses are a ubiquitous presence in Los Angeles, from tinted-windowed vans navigating between celebs’ houses in the Hollywood Hills to the double-decker behemoths that shuttle Midwesterners up and down Hollywood Boulevard. Be prepared to see more with smoke spilling out of their windows.

Cannabis tourism isn’t necessarily new, but the industry has seen amazingly rapid growth as legalization has continued to sweep the country. As of now, 10 states and Washington D.C. have legalized recreational use of marijuana, and 33 states have legalized medical marijuana. Several politicians are now calling for decriminalization of weed at the federal level, including California senator Kamala Harris.


For tour operators in states with legalized recreational use, there’s money to be made. Colorado and Washington have each seen pot sales in excess of $1 billion since 2012, when marijuana became legal. In both states, businesses offering cannabis experiences, cannabis-friendly hotels, and cannabis-related activities have become popular with tourists.


Here in L.A., cannabis tour operators are hoping to see the same success. “At first, people were in disbelief that this could even be possible,” says Ed Legarda, founder of Greenline Trips, a Los Angeles-based cannabis tour company. “We started planning, getting licensing, permits, and insurance in 2017 so that we could launch our first tours the first day recreational cannabis was available for purchase in L.A.”


Since the beginning of 2018, Greenline Trips has hosted guests from Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, New York, North Carolina, and Texas, all states where recreational weed is currently still illegal. They’ve also had guests from countries where recreational marijuana is still prohibited: Australia, China, Israel, New Zealand, and the UK.


Believe it or not, Legarda says a big chunk of his business comes from L.A. and other parts of California. Even though recreational pot is legal in California, Prop 64 gives cities and counties the option to ban the sale of recreational marijuana, and some have done just that; only one in seven California cities allow recreational marijuana stores to operate within their boundaries. But even in L.A., where you can’t swing a cat without hitting a couple of dispensaries, locals still seek out the structure and camaraderie of a cannabis tour. “Some locals come to celebrate special occasions or to socialize with fellow enthusiasts,” says Legarda. “And others are comparing what SoCal has to offer.”

For the prospective canna-tourist, there are several L.A. cannabis tour companies to choose from depending on what they want to do and see. Greenline Trips offers various tours that take participants on weed-fueled adventures throughout the city. Each tour includes a ride on a luxury 420-friendly bus that’s private, legal, and insured. On weekdays, dispensary tours are coupled with visits to wineries and music events. For weed novices, Greenline also hosts a Weedology 101 tour, and for more experienced enthusiasts looking to further their knowledge, the Secret Sesh tour gives guests access to growers and lets them create their own rosin dabs.


Their most popular tour is their Cross Joint Combo Tour, which is actually two separate tours combined, taking riders to Marina Del Rey, Venice, and Santa Monica. Last weekend, we hitched a ride.  Read More