Want to Know Where Bachelor in Paradise Is Filmed? Here's All the Goss
We also want to know absolutely everything around the series — where it's shot, who stays together, where we can get all those cute island Summer outfits for when the weather gets warm again.
To answer at least one of those questions, we can confirm that Bachelor in Paradise is filmed at the Mango Bay Resort in Fiji.
Mango Bay Resort is located in the Tadrawai "Dreamwater" Valley on the Coral Coast of the island of Viti Levu. It promises "lushy green forest" and the "deep blue ocean", and is about an hour-and-a-half drive from the Nadi International Airport in Fiji. The Coral Coast is a well-known tourist spot, with some of the best beaches on the island.
Inside the resort, tourists can attend a traditional kava ceremony, snorkel, kayak, play coconut bowling, and even learn how to cook Fijian food. That's just a sample of the activities available in the resort — feeling pretty curious about the crab races and coconut jewellery here . . .
And on top of that, you can leave the resort for fishing tours or trips to waterfalls, all that good island holiday stuff. Think surfing and sand dunes, or, for the more adventurous (less cowardly), diving with sharks. Will we see any Bachelors or Bachelorettes go full daredevil?
The price of a stay at Mango Bay Resort ain't too bad either: a two-bedroom villa in October sets you back $277.05 a night, or a bure for two is $220.17 a night.
Even though we're not booking international travel just yet, we're still planning on living vicariously through the Bachies on their island vacation in November and December last year). What better way is there to spend chilly winter nights than daydreaming about sipping cocktails on the beach and snogging a hot guy? (Or is that just me?)
Here's a quick look inside Mango Bay Resort, including a pretty familiar bar set-up . . .