Where was Six Days Seven Nights filmed
Six Days Seven Nights was filmed in Hawaii in the United States of America.
Sea Arch, Honopu Beach
Scene where Quinn and Robin are on the run. They reach the beach in time, but the pirates follow them.
Scene was shot Honopu Beach, on Kauai’s Na Pali Coast, features a 90-foot natural arch in the middle that is large enough to fly a helicopter through. In fact, that’s what happened in the 1976 movie Acapulco Gold. When Hollywood needs a dramatic, exotic, tropical beach, they often head to Honopu. Movies filmed at Honopu include the 1976 remake of King Kong, Six Days Seven Nights, Pirates of the Caribbean ‘On Stranger Tides’ and Honeymoon in Vegas. The massive arch separates the beach into two coves, each framed by steep sea cliffs. For added effect, there’s a waterfall on one side that flows onto the beach from the Honopu Valley. There’s also sand dunes on both sides! The name Honopu means “conch shell” in Hawaiian because of the conch-like sound the arch makes in high winds. The beach is also called Cathedral Beach because of its spectacular, soaring appearance.
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Maha'ulepu Heritage Trail
Scene where Robin and Quinn try to escape from the pirates. There is only one option: jump off the cliff.
Scene was shot Mahaulepu Coastal Trail is a special part of Kauai History Heritage sight and the last stretch of accessible coastline on the south shore that has not been developed. Malama Mahaulepu is helping to effort to keep this place undeveloped and preserve the natural beauty for all to enjoy. The Mahaulepu Heritage Trail is a great coastal hike that takes you from the south east corner of Shipwreck Beach Keonela Bay along sand-dune cliffs, Kiawe trees, limestone formations and rocky inlets that are an occasional safe haven for marine life, such as sea turtles and the endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal. Mahaulepu Beach is remote and rugged and the ocean here is usually rough and more suited for whale watching, beach combing and hiking. This is a sacred sanctuary that needs to be preserved. Tread lightly and leave only footprints behind.
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Scene where Robin feels an animal creeps up her pants. Quinn helps her to get it out.
Scene was shot Kipu Falls has a dangerous reputation due to drowning deaths of five people in a five-year span, as well as numerous other injuries. Due to the drowning deaths, the company which owns the land where the falls are located, decided to block off the access route.
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Kipu Kai Beach
Scene where Quinn and Robin have to land the plane because of the storm. The plane crashes on the beach. They survive but they are stuck!
Scene was shot Kipu Kai is a large cove on the south-east of Kauai. From the beach you can see the distinctive Kawelikoa Point. It lies between Lihue and Poipu. The only access road is private. Therefore the only way to reach the beach is to jump of a boat or paddle in on a kayak. Both are not recommended. The beach and Kawelikoa Point can be seen from a distance as part of a ATV Ride at Kipu Ranch. The land was originally purchased by William Hyde Rice from Princess Ruth. He payed 3,000 dollar for the 6,000 acres. They came to an understanding that the land would always remain in his family and would never be developed. The agreement has been honored by three generations of the family. The government may end up with the land when the last remaining member of the family passes away. Locals are afraid it's going to be sold to a developer to raise revenue.
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