Jurassic World Film Locations
The blockbuster film Jurassic World is smashing box office records. Everyone wants to experience the beauty of Isla Nublar. John Hammond once said “Your Journey to Jurassic World make take a few hours, but your memories will last a lifetime.” If you want to view Jurassic World Film Locations just plan a Hawaii Vacation. Many of the stunning locations are on the Hawaiian Islands of Oahu and Kauai.
Kualoa Ranch is home to Masrani’s helipad, Owen Grady’s bungalow and the secure housing of the generically modified Indominus Rex.
Kuala Ranch, located on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu, is the backdrop for many movies and television shows such as Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Pearl Harbor, 50 First Dates, Hawaii Five-O and LOST. Experience the Jurassic World film locations at Kualoa Ranch on Kualoa Ranch ATV Tours, Kualoa Ranch Horseback Riding Tours and Kualoa Ranch Movie Sights and Ranch Tours. For an adrenaline rush be sure to go on the Kualoa Zipline Tour!
Makai Research Pier
Excited visitors were welcomed to Jurassic World at Makai Pier. The pier houses the Hawaii Underwater Research Laboratory. The pier is located near Sea Life Park, home to the Number One Rated luau in Hawaii, Chief’s Luau.
Manoa Falls, is the location where Jake and Gray leap 150 feet. Manoa Falls is “the tallest accessible waterfall on Oahu, deep within a prehistoric landscape.” You can experience Manoa Falls on our Jurassic Park Waterfall Adventure Tour!
Hawaii Convention Center
The Hawaii Convention Center located near Waikiki was used for the main interiors of Jurassic World. The Hawaii Convention Center was also used to portray the Sydney Airport in the television show LOST. If you are in Hawaii for an event at the Hawaii Convention Center be sure to contact Hawaii Discount to help you plan the best Hawaii Activities!
The Jurassic World film location for the Dinosaur Petting Zoo is actually the Honolulu Zoo. The Honolulu Zoo is home to 905 different animals from the tropics. While you won’t see dinosaurs you will find komodo dragons, elephants, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and more!
Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens
I often hear that lush Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens looks like you have stepped into Jurassic Park. Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens is a 400 acre rainforest located at the foot of the koolau mountains. I recently explored Hoomaluhia Botanical Garden via Motorcycle and captured some beautiful footage at the garden.
Na Pali Coast
The rugged landscape of Isla Nublar is actually Kauai’s stunning Na Pali Coast. The Na Pali Coast is one of the most beautiful places in the world. The only way to view the Na Pali Coast is via Boat or with Kauai Helicopter Tours.
Lawai, located on the South Shore of Kauai, was featured in Jurassic World.
Olokele Valley, a few miles northwest of Waimea on Kauai, is the film location of the suspenseful scene with the electrified fence and makes an appearance in both Jurassic Park and Jurassic World.
Blue Hole on Kauai is just below the cliffs on one of the wettest spots on the planet. Blue Hole is the location of the tyrannosaur paddock area.
Manawaiopuna Falls is known as Jurassic Falls after Hammond’s helicopter landed there years ago. Manawaiopuna Falls make another appearance in Jurassic World. The only way to view Jurassic Falls is by Kauai Helicopter Tour.
Jurassic Kahili Ranch
Jurassic Kahili Ranch is a working cattle ranch on the North Shore of Kauai. The ranch boasts scenic rolling pastures, streams, and ponds. Jurassic Kahili Ranch participates in the Country Natural Beef program and partners with Princeville Ranch.
Have you ever been to these Jurassic World film locations? Which locations would you recommend to others?