Kauai Movie & TV Tour to Scenic Hanalei
A Must-Do for Film Buffs!
Kauai Movie & TV Tour to Scenic Hanalei is an unforgettable experience for movie fans and nature enthusiasts alike. Not only will you get to explore the breathtaking scenery of Kauai that was used in some of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters and television shows, but you’ll also have the special opportunity to view clips from these iconic films along the way.
Opaekaa Falls Lookout – Enjoy views of the most accessible waterfall on Kauai. This location can be seen in Donovan’s Reef, Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN, and Seven Women from Hell
Ahukini Landing – Spend time at this picturesque pier at the mouth of Hanamaulu Stream. This popular local fishing spot can be seen in classics like Pagan Love Song and Donovan’s Reef
Lydgate Beach – Check out the incredible location adjacent to the Wailua River where the 1961 classic “Blue Hawaii” starring Elvis Presley was filmed
Hanalei Valley Overlook – Enjoy sweeping views of the entire Hanalei Valley from this scenic overlook. You may recognize the valley from the 1983 war film “Uncommon Valor”
Hanalei Pier – This pier jutting into Hanalei Bay was used as a filming location in many films, including “Miss Sadie Thompson,” “Wackiest Ship In The Army,” and “South Pacific”
Kapaʻa Town – Driving through this small Kauai town may remind you of the 1993 film Jurassic Park because several iconic scenes were filmed here
Hanalei Town – Savor lunch on your own at this popular local dining hot spot, Hanalei Town
Kilauea Lighthouse Overlook – This famous lighthouse has been a beacon for ships since the 1970s. The lighthouse is also seen in the 2002 film “Lilo & Stitch”
Do you love movies as much as we do? Our love of movies shows on our Kauai Movie & TV Tour. We visit some great waterfalls, beaches, rainforests, bays, and towns where some of the most iconic films were shot.
See a town from Jurassic Park, laugh at the memories from the show Gilliganʻs Island, and walk the pier where classics like South Pacific took place.
Throughout the day, we see some of the best areas of Kauai, which work up an appetite that we satisfy with a stop for your own lunch at Hanalei Town. Your guide gets you back to your hotel around 3:00 pm after a 7-8 hour beautiful island tour.
Kauai Movie & Hanalei Tour From Kauai Hotels & Pier
|Children 3-11 yrsAges 3-11yrs||$99.00|
Kauai Movie & Hanalei Tour From Waikiki Hotels
|Children 3-11 yrsAges 3-11yrs||$514.00|
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This exciting narrated tour is unique and will introduce you to numerous locations where some of the most famous classics and blockbuster movies were filmed. The Kauai Movie tour provides an opportunity to experience Kauai through movie sets, taking you on a guided tour journeying through some of the island’s popular filming locations, including settings for “Six Days and Seven Nights,” “Gilligan’s Island,” “The Amazing Race,” “Fantasy Island,” “Blue Hawaii,” and “Pirates of the Caribbean.”
This quaint town in northeastern Kauai earns a spot on this tour because of its prominence in the 1993 film Jurassic Park. Though the amber mine seen at the beginning of the film was said to be in the Dominican Republic, the scene was actually shot in Kapa’a on Kauai. Kapa’a is also one of Kauai’s best shopping destinations, with dozens of boutique shops and art galleries to enjoy.
Located on the northern shore of the Hawaiian island of Kauai, Hanalei Town is a hidden paradise renowned for its natural beauty and laid back lifestyle. The town is surrounded by lush green mountains and bordered by turquoise blue waters, creating a breathtaking setting that draws visitors from around the world. The town is known for its vibrant art scene, eclectic shops, and distinctive dining options.