One-Day Kauai: Hawaii Movie Tour

Quick Details

  • Island Hopping: Oahu to Kauai
  • Tour Duration (not including flight time):  10 hours
  • Availability: Monday – Saturday
  • Departure and Return to Waikiki: 5:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. depending on flight schedule

ISLAND HOPPING TO KAUAI: HAWAII MOVIE TOUR

Kauai is a place that sets the imagination soaring. Her extraordinary beauty and charm have been immortalized in dozens of Hollywood films and television shows, yet there’s nothing like seeing the real thing.

The Hawaii Movie Tour® on Kauai is a unique opportunity to experience the island through the filmmaker’s lens on an incredible guided tour of Kauai’s famous movie locations. The fun-filled and expertly narrated tour is aboard an air-conditioned minibus that stops at Kauai’s iconic movie locations while also viewing film clips of some of Hollywood’s most notable movies filmed on the island.

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS (* denotes stops made)

  • Wailua Falls (Kauai)* – 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.
  • Hanamaulu Bay* – The ancient birthplace of Kawelo, a member of Kauai’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.
  • Coco Palms* – Roberts Hawaii is proud to be the only tour and transportation company with access to this popular site. Please note that you will have to sign a waiver prior to entering the venue. You’ll recognize this historic property from scenes in Blue Hawaii, Fantasy Island and Pirates of the Caribbean.
  • Opaekaa 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
  • Aliomanu – This picturesque, isolated beach was a perfect setting for Six Days Seven Nights and Voodoo Island.
  • Moloaa Beach* – A horseshoe-shaped beach on the northeast shore of Kauai, 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.