narco-tourist

n.
A person who travels to a foreign country to sample the local drugs or the indigenous narcotic plants.
Example Citation:
"Amsterdam is a libertarian's fantasy. Every November it hosts a cannabis trade fair known as the 'Cannabis Cup.' From around the world thousands of 'narco tourists' descend to taste the hottest new strain of pot, catch up on the latest technological developments and watch a hemp fashion show."
— Richard C. Morais, "Just say maybe," Forbes, June 17, 1996
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