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Quick Details

  • Duration: Approximately 8 hours
  • Availability: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
  • Time: 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    • Hotel Pickup: 7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.
Hawaii Movie Tour (Airport/Lihue/Wailua)
Adult Ages 12+
Child Ages 4 - 11
Hawaii Movie Tour (Poipu)
Adult Ages 12+
Child Ages 4 - 11

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Famous Hawaii Movie Tour®

Lights, camera … action! If you’re a film buff, this Kauaʻi movie day tour is especially for you. With its natural beauty and tropical landscapes, Kauaʻi has long been a sought-out destination for Hollywood. You’ll love recognizing the iconic locations and backdrops from all your favorite films. For the maximum experience, immerse yourself in movie clips aboard the tour minibus and see how filmmakers made the island of Kauaʻi translate onto the silver screen.

See where Harrison Ford and Anne Heche survived a crash landing in Six Days and Seven Nights. Relive the fate of those shipwrecked on Gilligan’s Island and feel just like a competitor in The Amazing Race. Check out the waterfall shown in the opening credits on Fantasy Island and remember, dead men tell no tales on Pirates of the Caribbean. Also don’t forget about a classic Jurassic Park tour.

Want more movie trivia? Check out our Hawaii Movie Tour® Location Guide for more information about different movie locations in Kauaʻi.

Tour Highlights (* denotes stops made)

  • Wailua Falls (Kauaʻi)* – A 173-foot waterfall located near Lihue that feeds into the Wailua River. Most recognized in the opening credits for television show Fantasy Island, Wailua Falls has also made cameos in Dragonfly, Castaway Cowboy, The Amazing Race and Tropic Thunder.
  • Hanamāʻulu Bay* – The ancient birthplace of Kawelo, a member of Kauaʻi’s ruling family, the bay has made appearances in productions like Donovan’s Reef, Pagan Love Song, Six Days and Seven Nights and Voodoo Island.
  • ʻŌpaekaa Falls Lookout* – A beautiful and accessible waterfall on the island, this is where scenes from Donovan’s Reef, Lt. Robin Crusoe, USN and Seven Women from Hell were filmed.
  • Kapaa Town – A beachside town where Jurassic Park was filmed. There’s something very nostalgic about a Jurassic Park tour.
  • ʻAliomanu – This picturesque, isolated beach was a perfect setting for Six Days Seven Nights and Voodoo Island.
  • Moloaʻa Beach* – A horseshoe-shaped beach on the northeast shore of Kauaʻi, you may recognize scenes from Gilligan’s Island and Castaway Cowboy.
  • Hanalei Pier* – A gathering place for the people of Hanalei seen in Miss Sadie Thompson, Wackiest Ship in the Army, South Pacific, and more.
  • Hanalei Valley – A valley of taro patches, one of the most photographed places on the island, and was filmed in Uncommon Valor.


Fantastic Tour

This was such a fantastic tour that we will probably do it again in the future!

– Visitor, Florida (Trip Advisor)
Worth It

Our tour guide was wonderful. She was full of fun-filled facts about the island, Hawaiian culture and of course, told us about all the movies and movie locations. By the end of the tour, we had learned a lot about not only about movie making on Kauaʻi, but a lot about the island itself. This tour is definitely worth doing.

– Visitor, Florida (Trip Advisor)
Vacation Highlight

We planned this tour even before leaving the mainland as we expected it to be the highlight of our trip. It was a fun and relaxing way to see Kauaʻi as we watched film clips that were timed to match the arrival at various points of interest. Now that we are home, we are watching the movies again with our new memories!

– Visitor, Kentucky, (Trip Advisor)