Concierge and Additional Cannabis Services

Enjoy those California vibes during your stay in The Golden State. California Cannabis Tours works closely with our partner to ensure you have everything needed to thoroughly enjoy your stay. From our 420-friendly lodging partners, our array of classes & activities, to rentals and marijuana related services.


Airport pick-up/drop-off

Airport Pickup and Dropoff - No worries when you land, have a driver waiting for you to take you directly to a dispensary before going to your 420-friendly hotel.


Vaporizer rentals

Vape rentals available in select locations!


VIP Concierge

We got you in Cali. From Oakland and the Bay Area to Los Angeles and Orange County. We can get you into all the cannabis events like the Oakland Cannabis Creative. Check with us and make sure you don't miss all the special events going on up and down the pacific coast.

Book Your 420 Friendly Vacation Now! Call us now at 📞 303-420-TOUR (8687) or for international:

Cannabis Law Facts

Understanding the Do’s and Don’ts of Legal Cannabis in California.


Recreational cannabis dispensaries are set to open in January of 2018. Then, anyone over the age of 21 with a valid ID will be allowed to purchase and possess up to one ounce of recreational marijuana at a time for use while in the state of California.


California has a wealth of medical marijuana dispensaries to pick from. However, to legally enjoy these medical cannabis dispensaries, a person must be a resident of the state and in possession of a California medical marijuana card from a licensed health provider in Cali.


In the state of California, it is illegal to use recreational cannabis in public. Medical patients may use cannabis in public, but it is recommended that they carry their medical card if they choose to do so. Presently the only legal place to consume marijuana recreationally in California is on yours or someone else’s private property, a house, building or hotel room you’ve booked through California Cannabis Tours. Use of cannabis in public can carry a fine of up to $250.