The Most Beautiful Filming Locations For Movies
Movies have a unique way of transporting you from your seat into a gorgeous location. So much so that you yearn to get inside the movie and relish the scenery in person. The good news is most of the enchanting places you see in movies do exist, and you can visit them. Whether you want to see
Read on to discover some of the most beautiful movie filming locations that you may visit.
Matamata, New Zealand
Have you ever watched Lord Of The Rings and wished to enter the underground homes of the hobbits? Well, you can. The sets used for The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings remain intact and are located at one of New Zealand’s picturesque hamlets known as Matamata. These tiny houses are still intact with well-maintained gardens. Grab a drink at The Green Dragon Inn, and don’t forget to spend some time in Bilbo Baggins’ house located at Bag end.
York, Northeast England
When I shot the movie, Awaiting in York. The film is shot in a lush green forest with huge trees providing an out-of-this-world scenery. Besides the abundance of natural beauty in this film’s location, you will also see fantastic sights like the Whitby Moors, clean rivers and canals. Other attractions include British mediaeval buildings and picturesque picnic spots. Also, don’t forget to take a walk through the Moody Coastal path.
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Do yourself a favour and follow the steps of an intelligent and athletic archaeologist, Lara croft, by undertaking an Illuminati-thwarting mission to discover the Bayon temple. The Lara Croft: Tomb Raider—the Cradle of Life was filmed in this temple. It’s located in the last city, the Khmer Empire Angkor Thom. This region will awe you with its 200 massive stone faces built by King Jayavarman VII in the late 12th century.
Hanapepe Valley in Kauai, Hawaii
What would you do if you discovered that the iconic waterfall seen in Jurassic Park does exist? If you are like most people who enjoyed the movie, plan a trip to Hanapepe Valley in Kauai. You may take a guided Jurassic Park-Themed tour on this island to relish the film’s multiple locations. The island is also endowed with lush rainforests. However, most of the island’s area is inaccessible by foot or car, making helicopter rides part of the adventure.
Tikal National Park, Guatemala
The lush green natural beauty seen in the Original Stars Wars movie, particularly on the fourth moon of Yavin, exists in Tikal National Park in Guatemala. This area transported Star Wars viewers from theatres and homes into another mesmerising world. Visit the park to get lost in the rugged scenery and feel the film’s cast’s excitement while acting in the jungle. Also, don’t forget to visit the silver screen rebel base.
Hatley Castle in British Columbia, Canada
Walk around Hatley Castle and imagine receiving your invitation to study alongside your favourite character in the X-Men series. The castle was used as Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters. The castle sits on a 656-acre estate with well-manicured gardens, providing you with a perfect place to relax while you soak in the mesmerising appearance of the castle.
Most movies are shot in real places, meaning that you can tour the sites you find beautiful in your favourite movie. To start your new adventure, but the above locations in your dream destinations to relish the attractive sceneries the cast and actors enjoyed in the making of your favourite movie. Some sites also feature the exact features seen in the movie and are ready for you to visit.