A visit to Wallilabou Anchorage is a must if you are a fan of Walt Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean. This is the where the blockbuster series began with the first movie “The Curse of the Black Pearl.” Filming at this location occurred from October, 2002 until March, 2003. The setting at Wallilabou Bay represented Port Royal on the island Tortuga. This was the landing for Captain Jack Sparrow and his crew aboard the Interceptor. The set was also used for the next two films, “Dead Man’s Chest” (2006) and “At World’s End” (2007). You will be thrilled to tour several of the buildings and docks used in the movie.