|The Bachelor Sets The Scene For Love In Jamaica|
The Bachelor, ABC’s romance reality series will be filming an upcoming episode in Jamaica showcasing its breathtaking coastline and world-renowned culture.
The island’s stunning destination of Ocho Rios, will serve as the backdrop for The Bachelor, Ben Higgins, and his ladies as their journey comes to an end.
The first of two episodes will air Monday, February 29th, 2016 with the second episode to air Monday, March 14th, 2016 both at 8/7c on ABC.
Ben Higgins, the handsome software salesman who was sent home by Kaitlyn Bristowe last season on The Bachelorette, confessed to Kaitlyn that he thought he was “unlovable.” Even so, he saw a great life with her, only to have his hopes dashed and his heart broken when he was left without a rose. Now, Ben is ready to open himself up again to love, but he still has lingering fears. He will attempt to put his heartbreak behind him and overcome those fears when he stars as the Bachelor and searches for his one true love.
Follow Ben’s search for his soul mate in the milestone 20th season of ABC’s hit romance reality series, The Bachelor, Mondays (8:00–10:01 p.m., ET/PT) on ABC.
“We have always known that Jamaica is the ideal place for romance, so to be selected as the location of choice for the culminating episodes of The Bachelor, is testament to the island’s appeal,” said Paul Pennicook, Jamaica’s Director of Tourism. “The diverse offerings of the island will be on display to the millions of viewers across the United States who are eager to know Ben’s final decision.”
During his visit to the island, the Bachelor stayed at the outstanding all-inclusive Sandals Ochi Beach Resort. Visitors to the resort town of Jamaica’s Ocho Rios, on the northern coast of the island, can swim with dolphins at Dolphin Cove, explore tropical gardens or take a selfie at Jamaica’s most photographed attraction, Dunn’s River Falls and Park.
The entire island is filled with things to do and see. From romantic all-into cozy villas, Jamaica offers accommodations for all budgets and personalities.
White beaches and turquoise waters, thrilling excursions, breathtaking scenery, mouth-watering culinary creations and more await in the Home of All Right.
There are non-stop flights available from most major cities across the U.S. making it easy for travelers to get to this warm-weather getaway that much sooner.
In addition to its many comforts and activities, Jamaica is proud to be home to the only designated UNESCO site in the Caribbean, the Blue and John Crow Mountains
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