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The Coolest 2-Hour ATV Tour In Hawaii Where Over 200 Hollywood Shows Were Filmed

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Have you ever noticed Hawaii repeatedly appearing in films and tv shows over the years? Shows and movies like Lost and Jurassic Park are notorious for filming many of their scenes in Hawaii, specifically at Kualoa Ranch in Oahu. The ranch is about 4,000 acres and was once sacred to ancient Hawaiians. It’s been said that Chief Laʻa-mai-kahiki called this place home for some time before heading back to another island in Polynesia. In recent years, it’s been used as a set for some of Hollywood’s biggest movies and shows, and for a good reason. Much of the ranch is spread out over islands and beautiful mountains, making it almost like a land time forgot about. Even more remarkable is that you can explore these lands on ATVs

ATVs being driven.

Hawaii has the most instagrammable landscapes and scenery, and Kualoa Ranch is no different. Even though it’s a protected area, you can still wander the ranch, and why not do it on an unforgettable 2-hour ATV tour? If you’re traveling to Oahu anytime soon, you have to check out this fantastic 2-hour ATV tour that will take you to where over 200 films took place. These tours will lead you to some of the best spots on the land, where production sets of shows and movies are still around. They’ll also take you to some natural landmarks, which almost feel unreal. 

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You must check out these tours the next time you’re in Oahu. They’re a fun way of exploring Kualoa Ranch without almost falling asleep because your tour guide talks too much. You’ll be on these awesome ATVs that can go up to 80 or 90 miles per hour and quickly jump off-grid, making you feel like you’re part of a movie. These tours (and ATVs) are family-friendly if you’re worried. Children up to the age of five can get on one if there’s an adult with a license over the age of 21. 

Muddy ATVs

There are different tours you can take, and some even lead you to a secret beach, but the best, in our opinion, is the two-hour ATV tour. If you’re over 21 with a valid driver’s license, you’ll get your own ATV to drive with a guide. Up to two guests are allowed on the ATVs, and following the guide’s instructions is essential. Make sure to bring a face mask, sunglasses, and some sunscreen. There’s a high likelihood that it’ll rain and the tours don’t stop because of the weather. Be prepared to get soaked if it does.

Jurassic World in Oahu.

 The tours start at the beginning of the ranch, where you’ll see fields of cows grazing and beautiful mountain landscapes that almost feel alien. Past that, the guide will lead you to Jurassic Valley, where the Jurassic Park franchise was filmed. You’ll see different spots where some notable scenes were filmed, like where Chris Pratt ran down a hill to escape a volcano and a horde of dinosaurs in Jurassic World

Jurassic World fence in Oahu.

From there, the tour will take you to other parts of the ranch that were filmed and some of the natural landscapes that make Oahu famous. The tours are a must-do if you’re visiting the area because you can experience a piece of iconic film history. It’s also a fun way to have an adventure with your family. If it pours, things will get muddy, and having a mud fight with the family is always fun when you’re on vacation. 

Jurassic Park sign in Oahu.

This excursion will cost about $150 to $200 per ATV, depending on the time of year you go. It’ll take about 2 hours and doesn’t stop even if it rains. Each ATV can fit up to two people and they sell out quickly so make sure to book yours in advance. It’s considered one of Hawaii’s most famous tours, and things sell out super fast.  

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