Updated 8/9/21

Green Dream Cannabis Tours is committed to running safe experiences for our guests, guides and dispensary partners.

San Francisco has one of the highest vaccination rates in the nation, and our local tourism and hospitality community has led the way in demonstrating how to help you enjoy our region in the safest manner possible.

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Essential Cannabis plant
Here are the steps we are taking for safe cannabis tours:
  • All guides are fully vaccinated.
  • The use of masks is required in the vehicle. Guests must bring their own.
  • Stringent cleaning and sanitization of tour buses throughout the day, and deep cleaning between tours.
  • Hand sanitizer is available on all tours.
  • Guide training ensures the safest possible conditions.
  • Each dispensary has its own restrictions, which all guests must follow.
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Cannabis Ruled Essential Medicine During Pandemic

When San Francisco shut down at the start of the pandemic, the city’s Department of Public Health announced that cannabis was indeed “essential medicine” and that dispensaries could continue to operate during COVID-19. The fact that cannabis was designated as essential during the COVID-19 pandemic reflects demand and the degree to which acceptance has grown. It also highlights another chapter in San Francisco’s historic pro-cannabis policies.

San Francisco is considered the birthplace of the legalization movement. The first medical marijuana dispensary in the country opened in San Francisco in 1992 and the city made medical marijuana legal in 1996. Nearly 20 years earlier, San Francisco began to show its true cannabis colors when possession of less than one ounce was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor. Today, cannabis is legal for adult use in California and 10 other states, and legal for medical use in 33 states.

Green Dream Cannabis Tours is fully committed to educating the public about the health benefits and history of cannabis. Please join us on a fun and informative cannabis tour when tourism reopens in San Francisco. We will update this page as the situation changes.

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