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You Can Visit The Island Where Jurassic Park And Jurassic World Were Filmed

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You Can Visit The Island Where Jurassic Park And Jurassic World Were Filmed

You can visit the island where Jurassic Park and Jurassic World were filmed and it's absolutely beautiful.

Yep, if you fancy checking out the stunning scenery, minus the risk of being munched on by a dinosaur then you're in luck because not only can you visit the area, you can also pose with some movie props from the flicks.

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Credit: Trip Advisor

The stunning Kualoa Ranch near Kaneohe on the Hawaiian island of Oahu was used for much of the movies' backdrop and offers tours for film buffs to get a chance to visit the sites they saw on screen.

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The Kualoa Ranch was also used for filming for Pearl Harbor, 50 First Dates, Jumanji, Lost and Godzilla.

Visitors on the tour travel by vintage school bus and will take in the beautiful natural scenery as well pointing out spots that have been seen on screen.

A description of the tour reads: "See where a dinosaur chase took place in Jurassic Park and take a picture of Godzilla's giant footprint."

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As well as having the chance to see where some of your favourite films were created, the 4,000 acre ranch also offers a bunch of fun activities including horse riding, electronic bikes, kayaking, helicopter flights and a zipwire which takes you right through the Kaaawa Valley, one of Jurassic Park's filming locations.

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Meanwhile, fans of the franchise will be pleased to know Jurassic World: Dominion has finished filming.

The movie's production was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but director Colin Trevorrow confirmed that filming was finished back in November.

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Credit: Trip Advisor
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The new movie will feature Jurassic OGs Sam Neil, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum as well as Jurassic World stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.

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Topics: World News, TV and Film

Claire Reid
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