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Tataouine Tours: On Location Guidebook

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On Location Guidebook

The  Tataouine Tours: On Location Guidebook is now available as an eBook in PDF format.

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Tataouine Tours is back

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This website was originally published at:
http://www.tataouinetours.com/

Here is a version that was archived before it went down, click here.

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ReelStuff - Redwoods trip

Websites ArchiveThis website was originally published at:
http://webpages.charter.net/reelstuff/jedi.html

Here is a version that was archived before it went down, click here.
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A visit to Sevilla, Spain

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In Sevilla, Spain (or Seville for you Anglophiles), you will find the Plaza de Espana, a location seen in Attack of the Clones. While it was only in the film for a few moments, you may explore the site at your leisure, and it's completely free!

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Video section

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A video section was just added here. They are all embedded videos from other websites. So far I have only added videos from YouTube and MySpaceTV but I plan on adding new videos from other sites as I find time. If you have any comments or suggestions, I have created a new forum topic to post in.
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Star Wars trek: Whippendell Woods - November 2001

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One of my big disappointments in my 1999 Star Wars trek was not finding the right spot at Whippendell Woods. We managed to find the woods but ended up just walking by all of the filming locations. I guess we never guessed how hard it was going to be to find one specific tree in the middle of the forest. Plus the pond that they swam into in the movie doesn’t really exist and we had walked about an hour looking for it before finally coming out at Cassiobury Park and realizing that we were never going to find it. So when a friend of mine said he was going to London for some autograph hunting I jumped at the chance to join him and take another crack at Whippendell Woods.

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1999 trip pictures.
2001 trip pictures.
Reference pictures.


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Star Wars trek: Death Valley - April 2001

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The Star Wars Road Trip article in Star Wars Insider back in 1999 got a lot of people interested in Star Wars filming locations. For those of us in California it also made a trip to one of these locations much more feasible. You didn't have to travel thousands of miles to Tunisia or Norway. There are great places right here in our backyard and the best one has to be Death Valley. There are quite a few locations to see there and most are very easy to find. You can even do the trip in a day if you get there early, but its best to stay a night at a hotel or camp out.

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2001 trip pictures.
Reference pictures.

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Star Wars trek: Tikal, Guatemala - April 2004

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Tikal National Park in Guatemala was used for a small scene showing the rebel base on the jungle moon of Yavin 4 in Star Wars: A New Hope. It is an easy location to find and a very popular tourist destination but I don't think very many Star Wars location hunters make the trip. I probably would have never made it myself but it turns out my wife is from Guatemala and I found out she had never visited Tikal so we planned a little side trip after visiting family.

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2004 trip pictures.
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2000 cousin's trip pictures.


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Google Earth

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This is my first attempt at creating a Google Earth KML file. It includes locations from Star Wars and George Lucas' life. Please leave a comment if check it out and I'd really appreciate any feedback you might have. I have some ideas for updating the file in the future also. I'd like to add more information to the descriptions and use html to include links and images. If you have any corrections or suggestions, let me know.

Thanks to everyone that helped contribute parts of this file. Colin Kenworthy for Tunisia, Norway, and the U.K. Jeroen Swanborn for Italy (Lake Como). Mike and Angela Rush for Whippendell Woods. Their input made this whole project possible. Thanks again.

StarWarsLocations_1.0.kml

UPDATE: You can find the most up to date KML file on the World Map page.

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