ABC’s The Bachelorette Heads to the Big Island of Hawaii

imageWhether you’re a fan of ABC’s romance-seeking show “The Bachelorette” or not, you’ll surely enjoy the backdrop on tonight’s two-hour finale. The contestants head to Hawaii’s Big Island. 

At a minimum, we can all agree that the show’s producers have great taste in destinations. On the last episode, Jillian Harris and her then three suitors – Ed Swiderski, Reid Rosenthal, and Kiptyn Locke – romped around on Maui in style. Tonight, Jillian and the two remaining bachelors, Ed, and Kiptyn, head to the Big Island for even more romance.

I’ve been tipped off with a little scoop of where the bachelorette, Jillian, Ed, and Kiptyn will be going on the Big Island. Prepare yourself to salivate over these fantastic Hawaii adventures and settings:

  • Helicopter tour over Kilauea volcano’s active lava flows with Sunshine Helicopters
  • Private barbeque at a secluded Hilo waterfall provided by KapohoKine Adventures
  • Discovering a remote black sand beach with Captain Zodiac Rafting Adventures.
  • Dinner and, ahem, “alone time” at  three of the Kohala Coast’s luxury resorts –  Fairmont Orchid, Mauna Kea Beach Hotel and Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel. Excuse me please, while I turn green with envy. Jillian gets to stay in the 3,736 square foot Fairmont Gold Presidential Suite and have a romantic private dinner date with sushi provided by Sushi Chef Norio Yamamoto.

On Chris Harrison’s blog, he promises “the most dramatic season finale EVER!!!” If you watched the season-finale preview, you may have noticed that Reid Rosenthal, the bachelor who was booted off on Maui, makes a return to the show. It appears that he’s holding an engagement ring. Though I can’t predict who Jillian will choose, I can confidently predict drama, heartbreak and tears. So, tune in tonight to watch this season-ending episode with a flair of Aloha.

About Sheila Beal

Sheila Beal is the founder and editor of Go Visit Hawaii. You can connect with Sheila Beal on Twitter, Go Visit Hawaii on Facebook, or Sheila Beal on Google+.

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  1. Hands down the best beach on the island of Hawaii, the Mauana Kea Beach Hotel is also one of the top of the island. After the extensive renovation following the damages after the earthquake in 2006, the hotel re-opened this year better than ever. The resort is the perfect place for couples and families. Highly recommended.

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