- Fully narrated Hummer tour of Oahu TV and movie locations with a knowledgeable guide
- Venture off the beaten track to see filming locations from Jurassic Park, Lost, 50 First Dates, Godzilla and more
- Bottled water, snacks and round-trip hotel transport from Waikiki included
- Small-group tour limited to 6 people ensures a more personalized experience
Recent Photos of this Tour
Lost TourPhoto by: Shari D B02 2013
Jurassic ParkPhoto by: Shari D B02 2013
golfing with hurleyPhoto by: RoshyAustralia, 05 2011
OUR HummerPhoto by: Smart*Travelers05 2011
50 first DatesPhoto by: Rainer MAustralia, 12 2008
Hummer and driver arrivePhoto by: Rainer MAustralia, 12 2008
Kualoa Ranch OahuPhoto by: Rainer MAustralia, 12 2008
The Hummer and us!Photo by: Caroline LUnited Kingdom, 09 2008
The ValleyPhoto by: Caroline LUnited Kingdom, 09 2008
Make your way along the beautiful Pacific coast and stop at Waihe'e Park, where Karate Kid II was filmed. A short drive up the road to Waikane Pier will show you where scenes from Lost, 50 First Dates, Along Came Polly and Godzilla were shot.
Next, head to the historical Moli'i Fish Pond and Kualoa Gardens, where you may recognize the landscape from Lost, 50 First Dates, Tears of the Sun and You, Me and Dupree. Stop by the Submarine Pier, Korean Fishing Pier, Korean House, Nigerian Cantina, a Dominican Republic school and the Hydra Island Submarine Pier, and visit the set from Last Resort if there no filming is occurring.
Take a short break at Kualoa Ranch and then venture into Ka'a'awa Valley to visit the historic Kualoa Sugar Mill ruins and Cooper Batter. Enter this World War II coastal defense battery, now a movie museum and location of scenes from Lost and Hawaii Five-0, where it served as a fictional Korean prison.
Make another stop at a Hawaiian village and continue through Ka'a'awa Valley, where more scenes from Lost and Hawaii Five-0 were shot.
You’ll also visit locations from movies including Jurassic Park, Mighty Joe Young, Pearl Harbor, 50 First Dates, You, Me and Dupree, Windtalkers, Godzilla, Snakes on a Plane, Krippendorf's Tribe and George of the Jungle.
After your tour, you’ll be driven back to your hotel in Waikiki.
Reviewed by Rosemary R, May 2013
WOW this trip was amazing! Everything went like clockwork . Nice that it is a small tour with 4 of us. Guide very knowledgable liked the little extra touches well worth the money and nice to see the other side of the Island.
Reviewed by Sue Ellen M, February 2013
very very good