90 Minutes
Available from 8:45am-3:30pm
Tour Times
Best Of Hawaii

Experience our familiar Ka’a’awa Valley, known as Hollywood’s “Hawaii Backlot”, to see where over 50 of Hollywood’s biggest blockbuster movies and TV shows were filmed, including even some of the 1960’s Elvis classics.

Hop aboard a vintage school bus and take a photo of yourself at the infamous Jurassic Park fallen tree, find Godzilla’s footprints, see the Windtalkers battlegrounds and visit several other locations including the famous “penguin” road site from 50 First Dates,the road site from You Me & Dupree, the house structure from Mighty Joe Young, and numerous Hawaii Five-0 and LOST areas, like Hurley’s golf course! You might even see a filming in progress! You will also stop at an amazing WWII army bunker, built entirely into the side of the mountain range. There you’ll find movie posters, props and memorabilia from lots of the movies filmed at Kualoa through the years, as well as marvel at the Kualoa WWII artifacts and exhibits.



Closed on Christmas and New Year’s Day.

***Please note: Due to high demand, this tour is on request. We will try to confirm availability within the shortest possible time after we receive your order. A dedicated staff member will be in touch by phone and email.***

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 3 reviews
March 13, 2019

We actually wanted to book a package but those were sold out. However we really really enjoyed this tour ..I think the duration was just perfect for families with little kids, it was fun to ride a school bus ..forget about movies ..natural beauty of this ranch is stunning, mountains, ground, drives, ocean view everything actually magical and every single turn is beautiful. Our guide was nice, very knowledgeable and helpful ..she wanted to make sure everybody is enjoying safely, took great pictures of ours.

March 13, 2019

We took a tour on a large forest green bus with our infant and two kids, ages 9 and 11. The views were spectacular! Kids got to see where the tv show, LOST, and Jurassic Park were filmed… and we got off the bus here and there to take pics. You have to get to the ranch an hour before the tour starts, as it takes time to park your car and find your tour (lots of different types of tours at the ranch). Book in advance, as space fills up fast! Worth every penny.

March 13, 2019

I loved our guide. Very knowledgeable and friendly. I was a little bit lost with some of the movies since I haven’t watched them all. But because of the way the tour guide described everything, makes me want to watch them all. Highly recommended if you want to enjoy spectacular views.

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