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Kauai Attractions

When visiting Hawaii, make sure and seek out the location that movie producers direct their filming crews to include and take in the many Kauai attractions available on the eldest and fourth largest of the volcanic chain of islands in the Hawaiian archipelago. Pronounced ku-why-ee, with an emphasis on the second syllable, Kauai is featured in the opening scene of the movie, “Jurassic Park.”
As a matter of fact, there is a half-day Kauai Movie Locations Tour that visits up to 15 famous movie locations in Kauai. You get an historical rundown of the several movies filmed in Kauai and meet locals who were present during the filming of various movies, such as “Jurassic Park,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” “Blue Hawaii” and “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Kauai attractions on the movie scene include Coco Palms, Hanamaulu Bay and Hanalei Valley Lookout. This fully-guided tour lets you sit back in climate controlled coaches to view the places that movie history was made in Kauai, Hawaii.
The natural beauty of Kauai fills you with peace and tranquility on the Full-Day Kauai Sightseeing Tour. With a 6:45 a.m. start, this complete day of Kauai attractions begins with a ride on State Road 550, where you’ll see the Island of Niihau and Nawiliwili Harbor on this guided tour. A Wailua River cruise boat takes you to Fern Grotto, a fern-filled amphitheater that sits in a naturally created location of lava rock. This is where Elvis Presley was filmed in “Blue Hawaii.”
Of course, there are other, faster methods of seeing Kauai attractions, such as enjoying the 70 Minute Flight-Seeing Tour of Kauai. For just over an hour, you’ll soar over the beaches that overlook the Pacific Ocean on Hawaii’s Garden Island of Kauai. Since several areas of this island are remote, flightseeing is a perfect choice to take in the huge cliffs of the Na Pali Coast, the