Twenty years ago, Dr. John Hammond had a dream: a theme park where visitors from all over the world could experience the thrill and awe of witnessing actual dinosaurs. Now his dream has finally become a reality: welcome to Jurassic World.
Jurassic World is a fully operational luxury resort where tens of thousands of guests interacts with prehistoric marvels every day. Situated on Isla Nublar – an island off the coast of Costa Rica – and constructed around a gleaming new Visitors’ Center, Jurassic World is a state-of-the-art wonder full of astonishing attractions. Kids ride gentle mini-Triceratops in the petting zoo, crowds cheer as the aquatic Mosasaurus leaps from a performance as dinosaurs of every shape and size roam again, all displayed and safely contained for the guests’ amusement. But a dinosaur that has never roamed the Earth before – whose capacities for savagery and intelligence are unknown – could threaten every creature in Jurassic World, both dinosaur and human.