Movie Tour in Hawaii on Kualoa Ranch
One of the most exciting tourist attractions in Hawaii – A Movie Tour on the Kualoa Ranch. The Jurassic Park Tour, located on the North Shore, the northern coast of Oahu. A visit to the Kualoa Ranch is definitely one of the TOP things to do in Hawaii!
Private Kualoa Ranch & Circle Island Tour
If you are interested in visiting the Kualoa Ranch on one of our private tours on Oahu, we can make it happen. Let us show you the beautiful island of Oahu on our 6 hour circle island tour. On the tour we will stop at the Kualoa Ranch for your movie tour. Please give us at least a few weeks notice in advance! Tickets for the movie tours on the Kualoa Ranch tend to sell out fast. Combine a private island tour with DanielsHawaii with an adventurous Movie Tour on the Kualoa Ranch.
The Kualoa Ranch
Established in 1850 and family owned, Kualoa is a 4,000-acre Private Nature Reserve as well as a working cattle ranch with more than 500 head of cattle. Located on the northeastern side of Oahu in the Hawaiian countryside and along the white sandy shores of Kaneohe Bay, it is just 24 miles from Honolulu. Many thousands of visitors come every year to Kualoa Ranch. Why?
The Kualoa Private Nature Reserve is also legendary to Hollywood film industry. Over 80 of Hollywood’s biggest blockbuster movies and TV shows were filmed there, including even some of the 1960’s Elvis classics, Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Hawaii Five-0, Pearl Harbor, Windtalkers, Godzilla, Kong: Skull Island, Lost and Magnum P.I.
Get MUDDY on the Kualoa Ranch Movie Tour…
The Jurassic Park Tour can be done either by riding a horse, in the bus or on an ATV. The ATV tour of course is even more fun if it rained the day before. We recommend you bring some fresh clothes. Besides seeing different film sets, the nature at Kualoa Ranch as well as the views of the mountains and valleys of this huge ranch are just breathtaking.
Kualoa Ranch Opening Hours
The Kualoa Ranch is open daily from 8:30AM to 5:30PM, except on Christmas and New Year’s Day.
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