A new website promoting the theme park featured in the upcoming Jurassic World movie has launched online, detailing the dinosaur attractions and tourist information for the fictional resort.
The Jurassic Park sequel, starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, shows the resort finally up-and-running 22 years after the disaster depicted in Steven Spielberg's original 1990 blockbuster.
The fourth installment in the movie franchise, based on the books of Michael Crichton, is set to hit cinemas next year (15) and fans have been given a taster on a new website which is made to look like an online portal for a real theme park.
The website provides a map of the park, showing details such as restrooms, restaurants and first aid points, as well as stops for the monorail service, a timetable for ferries, safety information for feeding baby dinosaurs and even real time temperature read-outs for the fictional island of Isla Nublar off the coast of Costa Rica.
The site also features a promotional video for the onsite five star Hilton hotel, which boasts swimming pools, a golf course, tennis courts and a spa.