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Victoria Goes to Jurassic Park!
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Hey everyone,

If you follow me on Twitter, you might have seen me posting a few photos here and there when visiting Jurassic Park trilogy and Jurassic World filming locations in June 2016. My husband and I spent our two year wedding anniversary vacationing in Hawai'i. Aside from the fact that it's paradise (and we greatly enjoyed a previous trip to Maui) a big part of my motivation to go to Hawai'i was the opportunity to visit filming locations for the Jurassic Park films. I had seen a couple filming spots when we had visited Maui in August 2013, but I knew all the major stuff was on Oahu and Kaua'i. So, in the early part of the year we booked our vacation to both islands! Naturally, I booked a visit to Kualoa Ranch since it has been a major source for filming locations for the movies. But then shorty before our trip, Real News Hawaii posted some news that Kualoa Ranch was offering a brand new VIP Movie Tour that visited spots you could not access on the regular movie tour. As such, I called Kualoa right away and upgraded our passes for the VIP Tour! In fact, I was told on the phone that I was the first person to book the tour. My excitement level went from 10/10 to 100/10! I literally was running around the house with joy! A couple weeks later, the big day came and we flew from San Diego to Los Angeles to Honolulu. 

I am going to share lots photos of our best vacation ever in segments. First up, we will go to Kualoa Ranch to visit all the Jurassic Park/Jurassic World filming locations that we were able to see. We will then see other filming spots on Oahu and Kaua'i. There's so much to get through! But before we embark on our journey to the islands, I would like to give a special thanks to a couple people who helped facilitate our visit and aided us in our search for filming locations. Those people are Reel News Hawaii, who stayed in touch with me during our visit and offered tips and suggestions, and Neelis, who pointed me to Stitch's old JP Hawai'i filming locations thread on the JP Toys forum. That thread really helped! OK, now on with the show...

We visited Kualoa Ranch the day after our arrival on Oahu. We arrived bright and early on the morning of June 4th, 2016 for our 8:45AM VIP Movie Tour. The line to pick up our badges was super long and moved quite slowly. But once we got them, we were off to find our tour guide and tour vehicle!

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We soon greeted Erik, our kind tour guide and Julian, a fellow Jurassic Park fan who was also searching for filming locations on the islands. It would just be the four of us on today's Jurassic Expedition! This is our fancy, air conditioned Mercedes-Benz tour van and the delicious kettle popcorn they provided us. We also got water and bags of M&Ms! You can see my husband, Justin, waving from inside the van.

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Our first stop on the tour would be the Indominus Rex paddock! I had envisioned this moment in my head for quite some time, but I've gotta say... seeing it appear out of nowhere on the drive up the hill was quite breathtaking. The paddock is big! (And it needs to be to keep the mighty Indominus inside.)

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Poor souls...

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During the time we visited, the infamous scratched wall the Indominus supposedly climbed out of was being refurbished. As such, it is in the middle of being redone in these photos. You can still see a few of the scratches near the bottom.

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The road in the paddock was built after it was decided they would keep it for the movie tours. It makes a circle at the back of the paddock and then exits from the entrance that it came in through.

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Then, we got to climb up the stairs that Owen and Claire used to get to the observation deck!

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The observation deck is quite spacious. Although it is partly built from concrete, which should last a long time, you can see that some rust has taken hold along the windows.

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Some of the signs on the walls are cute. I wish they sold them in the gift shop.

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We were told by Erik that this is one of the two mounts they used for the cameras during filming.

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Me and Justin re-enacting Claire and Masrani peering into the paddock.

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Where are they going? Don't they know..... too late.

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Me doing my best Claire impression (sans heels).

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And then "enhanced" by Reel News Hawaii  Big Grin 

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Seeing the Indominus Rex paddock, and then going inside it and then up to the observation deck was easily the highlight of my Kualoa visit. I would live in it if I could. Maybe. 

OK, now off to visit Owen! But first, a quick stop to see the spot Hamada and his ACU team made their last stand against the Indominus.

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We also passed by a covered helicopter that was being used for Kong: Skull Island.

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On our stop to see the lake that is seen alongside Owen's bungalow, we got to take a pause and take in the splendor that is Hawai'i. Like, seriously... this has to be one of the most beautiful spots on the islands. It's just so panoramic! (We were told this was also a Lost and 50 First Dates filming spot.)

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Erik, Julian, and Justin chatting it up underneath this ginormous tree.

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Unfortunately, we didn't get to see the exact spot that Owen's bungalow occupied due to muddy conditions, but we got pretty close. This gives you an idea as to what it was like on the set.

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See? There really ARE dinosaurs on Kualoa Ranch!

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We then boarded the van once again and headed to the bunker used during World War II. It is now used to display film props and film scenes for TV shows and films. Along the way, we passed some old remnants of the sugar plantation that the ranch was originally used for.

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Hey, this looks familiar! They really used World War II era vehicles for the film. How cool is that?

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The Gyrosphere sign prop that was used in Jurassic World.

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They were using this as a filming set for something or other.

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Movie posters from all the films made at Kualoa lined a wall. The only one I snapped a photo of was, of course, Jurassic Park.

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Hey, I know this girl! I can't quite place her, but I know I've seen her before.

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This one's a little blurry (sorry), and I look a little... tense. I just can't shake this feeling there's something behind me.

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OK, now on to the Gallimimus Valley!

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As much as I was excited for the I-Rex paddock, I knew this would be another stop that would take my breath away. And it absolutely did. Aside from the fact that this is a very memorable scene in Jurassic Park, the valley is beautiful. Just look at the dramatic clouds looming in the background. 

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Pebbles, my Terra by Battat Parasaurolophus that accompanied me on my trip, crawled out of her backpack to pose for a photo on the famous fallen tree.

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We then took another short ride to our next stop... the Gyrosphere Valley platform!  As you might have guessed, it is located in the same valley as the JP tree.  Along the way, there was a series of footprints form the 1998 Godzilla film.  Erik told us they were originally about 6 feet deep, but the rains of the past 18 years filled them back in.

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There were also some props covered up for Kong: Skull Island

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As we continued toward the Gyrosphere platform, we got an excellent panoramic view of the valley and the Pacific Ocean.

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And there it is! The Gyrosphere platform, looking very similar to how it appeared in the film except for some dressing and the Gyrospheres themselves.

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Enjoy the ride.

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O...K! Thanks for coming along with me to Kualoa Ranch. I hope you enjoyed the sights and sounds of Jurassic Park and Jurassic World. In the next update, we will visit the Isla Nublar Monorail Station and then head over to Kaua'i!
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Great pictures! Glad Stitch's topic helped you find many locations! Can't wait for the next update - and I miss Hawaii, it's such a beautiful island chain.
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Thank you! Yes, it was extremely helpful information. I spent a great deal of time studying it before our trip, and even while on it I referred to it a few times. Hope you get to get back to Hawai'i soon! I definitely want to go back within the next couple years, haha.

Should have the second part of this up within the next day or two.
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wow!  these pictures are so awesome! i would love to visit these locations one day! i didn't think they would have stuff still set up from the movies that's so cool. i hope i'm posting alright i've never been to this site before i am subscribed to you on youtube though. i really enjoy your videos i never thought i would see your face  [Image: smile.png] because you never show it in your videos. are you excited about Mattel getting the jurassic park license ? i'm super excited about it i liked the jurassic world toys that we got but i wanted to get a stegosaurus and a triceratops instead of the hybrid toys. well i'll talk to ya later thanks for posting these pics.
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PART II

OK, so when you arrive at Isla Nublar, you must board the monorail to enter the park. Your first stop should be the Jurassic World Monorail. You are then transported to the Hilton Isla Nublar Resort.  In reality, those scenes were filmed at the Hawai'i Convention Center in Honolulu. 

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Then when you step inside, it is even more familiar what with the glass panels and tall escalators. 

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You can easily visualize Zara, Zach, and Gray walking into the building (and then the poor tourists waiting for their ferry near the end of the film). 

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Oahu was a lot of fun. We stayed at the splendorous Royal Hawaiian during our time there and did fun activities outside of our Jurassic Park filming location scavenger hunt. Among them, we visited the Polynesian Cultural Center, hiked to the top of Diamond Head, visited Pearl Harbor, spent some time at the beach, and enjoyed some great food. But the bigger chunk of our vacation was coming, and after four days on the island, we set course for Kaua'i.

After landing at the Lihu'e Airport, we headed to Costco and loaded up on supplies for our stay. We then hit the Kuhio Highway toward the northern end of the island where we would be staying in Princeville. Along the way, we stopped in Kapa'a, the town where Nedry and Dodgson made their little transaction. Jurassic Park leads you to believe that this scene took place in Costa Rica, but it was in fact filmed on Kaua'i. Just off the Kuhio Highway sits the little acre or so of land where Nedry feasted on Costa Rican fare and then stuck Dodgson with the bill as they discussed their nefarious scheme.

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The scene itself was filmed slightly off of the footprint where this food truck setup is located. However, one of the great things about it is that it does a great job of recreating the feeling you get when watching that scene in the movie. The ambiance is quite similar, and the scenery off the east coast of the island is magnificent. 

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As this photo was taken, an umbrella fell directly behind me!

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Looking back toward the Kuhio Highway from the boardwalk. The gravel lot is where the scene was actually filmed. Mt. Waialeale looms in the far background. 

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After settling in and enjoying our anniversary dinner at Bar Acuda, we headed out the next morning to see exactly how far west the Kuhio Highway went before coming to a dead end. Near the end of the road was Limahuli Garden and Preserve, the location where the Velociraptor pen was located in Jurassic Park. This was one of the biggest moments for me on our trip since those scenes from the film are so iconic. And seeing the filming location firsthand did not disappoint! The scenery is so similar to how it appears in the film. You can make out the shapes of the mountains just as they are during the Raptor pen scenes.  

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This "Visitor Center" (how appropriate!) sits immediately next to where the Raptor pen was located. The gravely area in front of it is where the structure stood during filming. 

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The filmmakers tried to obscure these 700-1,000 year old lava rock terraces with plants and shrubs. However, you can still glimpse them in the film. 

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This is what you see when looking back toward where your car drives into the garden. At the beginning of Jurassic Park, this is where the crane parks the Raptor crate and all hell breaks loose. 

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At the end of the Kuhio Highway on the northwestern end of Kaua'i is Ke'e Beach. It is the last stop before the infamous Napali Coast trail. We enjoyed some time snorkeling in the beach's lagoon, and then we made a spur-of-the-moment decision to hike the first stretch of the trail. The climb was quite difficult due to the steep and uneven rock terrain, but once we completed the first stretch, we were treated to a beautiful view of Ke'e Beach and the Napali Coast mountains. 

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These mountains make an appearance at the beginning of The Lost World as well as in Jurassic World when the ferry is approaching Isla Nublar. So, interestingly, this is a location that appears to be part of both Nublar and Sorna simultaneously. 

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It was incredibly windy up here! At times it felt like I was going to blow off of the cliff. As such, we had to use caution not to be caught off guard by a gust of strong wind.

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In the word of Peter Ludlow, "OK!" In the next update, we will move on to our kayaking adventure and see filming locations for Jurassic Park III.
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Oh, I remember that beach and the trail very well! We went up the trail, but turned back after just half an hour, feeling we were not prepared well enough and did not carry the needed supplies of water and food - to think there were people hiking it on flip-flops!

Lovely pictures once again! Thank you for sharing. Smile
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(09-08-2016, 08:37 PM)brutalcasey Wrote: wow!  these pictures are so awesome! i would love to visit these locations one day! i didn't think they would have stuff still set up from the movies that's so cool. i hope i'm posting alright i've never been to this site before i am subscribed to you on youtube though. i really enjoy your videos i never thought i would see your face  [Image: smile.png] because you never show it in your videos. are you excited about Mattel getting the jurassic park license ? i'm super excited about it i liked the jurassic world toys that we got but i wanted to get a stegosaurus and a triceratops instead of the hybrid toys. well i'll talk to ya later thanks for posting these pics.

Thank you! I highly recommend it if you can do it sometime. There is so much to do on the islands. Although searching for filming locations was a big part of the trip, we were mostly busy doing other activities.

(09-10-2016, 12:08 AM)Neelis Wrote: Oh, I remember that beach and the trail very well! We went up the trail, but turned back after just half an hour, feeling we were not prepared well enough and did not carry the needed supplies of water and food - to think there were people hiking it on flip-flops!

Lovely pictures once again! Thank you for sharing. Smile

Thank you. Yeah, that trail was pretty rough. And from what I hear it was the easier part of the trail. Imagine that! But people were doing the first stretch... many of whom were far older than us, so we decided to give it a try. Someone passed me a hiking stick when we started our way up, which came in handy. It was easily worth the view at the first lookout point, but probably not something for everyone.


For anyone interested, I discussed the details of my Jurassic expedition with Brad Jost on The Jurassic Park Podcast this week. It makes for a good listening companion to the photos.  Smile

http://www.jurassicparkpodcast.com/home/...episode-66
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Who's ready for more jungle exploration?  Today we head out on a kayaking adventure in the small town of Wailua, which is immediately south of Kapa'a.  Here, the largest river in all of the Hawaiian islands connects to the Pacific Ocean.  The Wailua River is one filled with many activities such as boating, water skiing, and kayaking.  We reserved an early morning self-guided kayaking tour that would encompass half of our day.  This wasn't for the feint of heart as miles of arm-propelled movement and a couple miles of hiking in the thick jungle would be required.  (I honestly am quite surprised that I was able to hang in there!)  But this is Hawai'i, and what fun is a Hawaiian vacation without a little adventure and getting dirtied up doing out-of-the-ordinary stuff?  What was great about this, of course, was that the Wailua River was used to film scenes in Jurassic Park III and Jurassic World.  In JP3, it is the river that Alan Grant and the Kirby family use when they salvage an old boat after narrowly surviving the pteranodon fiasco.  It is seen not only after their escape, but also when the group comes upon brachiosaurs, ankylosaurs, and stegosaurs in the big open valley.  (This was actually a composited shot, as the valley is located at Jurassic Kahili Ranch ((which we will visit in the next update)) ).  In JW, the narrower streams of this river are used for the Jurassic World Cretaceous Cruise.  

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The scenery as you are kayaking is breathtaking.  The amount of activity on the river was fairly quiet, so most of our time we were kayaking alone without other kayaks or boats surrounding us.  It's a very peaceful but also tiring at the same time.  The kayak portion is just the half of it though, as you really have to be willing to get down and dirty to take the hike to Uluwehi Falls (also known as Secret Falls because of how difficult it is to get to them).  Hiking the trail is a bit confusing, and we actually became lost on our way back and had to take a bit of a detour.  There are lots of stones, sections of deep mud, thick grass, and several waist-deep streams, and you have to cross the streams (see what I did there?) by holding onto ropes that cross them in certain spots.  There are a couple of steep climbs that feel pretty treacherous, but they are brief.  Out of all our time on the islands, it was hiking this trail that made me feel the most as if I was truly in a Jurassic Park film! 

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Once you get to Secret Falls though, the hike is totally worth it.  You can swim in it if you so choose, but the water is quite cold.  We enjoyed our picnic lunch on the large boulders that surround the pond at the base of the waterfall, but beware of ravaging chickens that will try to steal it from you!  We then got in the water to cool off.  But, this was basically the halfway point, and we would still have to hike back and then kayak back to Wailua.

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On our way back, we took a brief tour and docked our kayak alongside a dock.  We took a quick look at Fern Grotto, which is seen in Raiders of the Lost Ark.  

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After we got back and turned in our kayak, we took a drive up the road toward the interior of the island just to scope things out.  Here's a lookout point in which you get an excellent view of the Wailua River.  It truly is serene and beautiful. 

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Another lookout point a little farther up the road is of Wailua Falls.

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On our way back to the hotel, we decided to stop and scratch another JP filming location off the list.  This would be another from JP3, which is on the northeast side of the island.  In the film, Grant and the Kirbys are rescued from this gorgeous and secluded beach.  Ke'e Beach cannot be accessed by car, and a half-mile, downhill hike is required to get to it.  The hike is very steep and quite slippery.  The path is narrow and you have to crouch to avoid being hit in the face by tree branches.  There are also lots of stones and boulders.  After making it about halfway down, we decided we weren't up to this particular challenge.  (After all, we had just completed miles of kayaking and hiking.)  As such, we snapped some photos from afar and decided we'd eave this one on the list for the next trip.  Looking toward the beach, you can make out the same trees that are seen in JP3 during this scene.  You can also see a rip current flowing out to sea.  Yikes!

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The next day, we set our signs on Waimea Canyon.  Since we were staying on the North Shore, this was a bit of a long drive since the canyon is on the west side of the Garden Isle.  Because there is no road connecting the North Shore to the western area, we had to drive clockwise around most of the island in order to get there.  And once you get to the the access point, it is still a lengthy drive up the winding road that contains several lookout spots as you get higher up in elevation.  The first couple lookout points are of Waimea Canyon, which is absolutely stunning.  This portion of the canyon is on the south side of the island, which is considered the dry side (the north side is the wet and rainy side).  

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As you're surveying the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific", you see numerous helicopters flying inside of it.  And as you keep driving up the road, there are similar spots with different vantage points of the canyon.  One of the scenes from Jurassic Park that was filmed at the Canyon was Alan, Lex, and Tim climbing over the electric fence before it turns on and sends Tim flying.  Olokele Canyon is the exact spot that this scene was filmed, but it is on private property and cannot be seen from the lookout points.  At the end of the road, you are at about 3,600 feet of elevation.  The reward at the end of the road is totally worth the drive as you get to look out over Kalalau Valley on the Napali Coast.  In my opinion, this was the most absolutely stunning view I experienced on our entire vacation.  When we got there it was nice and sunny, but just a few minutes later, the clouds came in and it began to drizzle.  After all, by this point you are back on the wet side of the island.

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One of the interesting things about Kauai is the insane amount of wild chickens roaming the island.  They are absolutely everywhere!  And they're actually quite tame and will stand next to you and even take food right out of your hand!  It is said that during Hurricane Inki, which struck Kauai during filming of Jurassic Park, chickens got loose from their homes and in the years since, have essentially overtaken the island.  So you could say that dinosaurs do roam Kauai, and that life found a way.    

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After experiencing these magnificent lookout points, we made a stop at Nawiliwili Harbor.  Why?  Well this is the harbor seen in Jurassic Park quite briefly when the tropical storm is advancing on Isla Nublar.  Actual footage of Hurricane Inki was used in the film, and this jetty is shown getting bombarded with water.

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Immediately adjacent to the jetty is this small mountain, which can be seen in The Lost World: Jurassic Park when Dr. Malcolm and Eddie Carr approach Isla Sorna on the boat and are talking about the tranquilizer gun.  

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Alright, alright, alright.  That will do it for this update.  In our next and final update, we will stop near a couple locations in which some of the most memorable moments in Jurassic Park and Jurassic World took place.
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Waimea Canyon is gorgeous - glad you got to see and enjoy it!

Did you visit the visitor center on the river bank? They filmed scenes for a film about a deadly virus (Virus?) there. Some of the huts depicting an African (Congo, I believe) village still stand there.

Thank you again for the update, lovely to see all these pictures and read of your adventures!
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(09-21-2016, 07:01 PM)Neelis Wrote: Waimea Canyon is gorgeous - glad you got to see and enjoy it!

Did you visit the visitor center on the river bank? They filmed scenes for a film about a deadly virus (Virus?) there. Some of the huts depicting an African (Congo, I believe) village still stand there.

Thank you again for the update, lovely to see all these pictures and read of your adventures!

We did see that center from the river while kayaking but did not stop for photos.

And thank you kindly!
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