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From the steep verdant cliffs of the Ko'olau Mountains to the tropical sandy white shores of Kaneohe Bay, Kualoa Ranch is the stuff movies are made of. At 4,000 acres, the 160 year-old ranch is the largest working cattle ranch on the island. Enjoy varied activities including ATV and Horseback riding, ocean voyaging, and exploring famous film locations with the former home of Hawaiian kings as your backdrop.

The Hawaiian King Kamehameha III sold what is now the historic, 4,000-acre Kualoa Ranch to his personal advisor and missionary doctor, Dr. Gerrit P. Judd, in 1850 and the property has undergone many changes since that time: being the first sugar cane mill in Hawaii, converted to an American military base during World War II, maintaining one of Hawaii's oldest and largest working cattle ranches, and occasionally being the backdrop for Hollywood movies and television shows.