Okay, as some of you were asking about a trip to the filming locations of Jurassic Park movie. So, here is my new post of A trip to Jurassic Park. Apart from the Universal and Warner Brother studios, the Jurassic park was filmed mostly at 10 places of Hawaii which are worth to pay a visit. I am going to share 10 very beautiful places from the movie Jurassic Park. Lets feel the virtual adventure.

1. Chavon River – Trip To Jurassic Park

Tell me if you remember anything from the movie??

trip to jurassic parkChavon River

Now you do remember the scene from the movie!! Okay, so where is this Chavon River? Chason River is Located in the Dominic Republic. It is a nation on the island of Hispaniola, part of the Greater Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean region.

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Chavon River, Dominic Republic is the same place where Rambo 2 and Apocalypse now were also filmed.

2. Blue Hole, Hawaii

Entrance gate of Jurassic park

Here you enter in the Jurassic Park in the Blue Hole. This place was built to show the large entrance gate of Jurassic Park. Blue Hole is located in the most beautiful place of Kuwaii in  Hawaii.

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Blue Hole

This is actually what it looks now.

After the gate entrance

Just after the entrance in the gate.

3. Isla Nublar, Costa Rica

DinosaurFictional Island Isla nublar

Isla Nublar is a fictional Island used in the movie is located in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica's Cloudy Island

Costa Rica’s this part is so beautiful and most of the time it is surrounded by clouds. People also call it Cloudy Island.

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4. Lawai

Lawai, HawaiThe Garden Isle

Lawai is located in Kauai, Hawai. It was also the part of fictitious Island Isla Nublar.

5. Griffith Park Observatory, Griffith Park

Griffith Park Observatory at Mount Hollywood

Now, this is what I call a very famous place. This is one of the unique places where lots of movies were filmed including – Jurassic Park, Yes Man, Transformers, Crash and Burn, Charlies Angles, Terminator, Midnight Madness etc.

Griffith ParkEntrance in the Griffith Observatory

The Observatory is located on the southern slope of Mount Hollywood in Griffith Park, California. It is an icon of Los Angeles, a national leader in public astronomy and one of California’s most popular attractions.

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6. Kualoa Ranch

Kualoa Ranch

Kualoa Ranch is located on the windward coast of the island of Oʻahu in Hawaiʻi. Kualoa Ranch is about an hour drive from Honolulu.

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It is open for tourist activities such as horseback riding and hiking, but is best known as a film location for productions such as Jurassic Park, Mighty Joe Young, Pearl Harbor, Windtalkers, Godzilla, and Lost.

Jurassic Park sign


7. Manawaiopuna Falls, Hanapepe Valley

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If you remember the last scene when a chopper takes off from a waterfall to get out of the Island.

The Waterfall is known as Manawaiopuna Falls located in the Hanapepe Valley of Hawaii. The Island is only accessible via a helicopter. It is a part of private land owned by the Robinson family. Ever since it was shown in the movie, it became too famous and known as Jurassic Falls.

8. Olokele Valley

Olokele Valley

In the movie, it was used for the electric fence on Isla Nublar.

Waterfall in the Olokele Valley

It is again located in Kauai and it is one of the  Kauai’s most exotic locations, with time to linger for that perfect camera shot. In winter, whale watching may be feasible. Aerial points of interest include Kipu Kai, Hanapepe Valley, Olokele Canyon and the Na Pali coastline.

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9. San Pedro de Macoris

San Pedro de Macoris

San Pedro de Macoris is located in the Dominic Republic.

10. Red Rock Canyon

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Red Rock Canyon is located at highway 14, Cantil, California. It was used in the movie for an archaeological dig.

Huh !! That was a hell lot of places.. so how many of you have already visited?