Imagine a romantic weekend in the most beautiful place. Fiji resortYou can relax in a charming villa and snorkel in turquoise waters while you eat gourmet meals under the stars.

Sounds like holiday bliss? ABC’s producers “The Bachelorette”I thought so, too — for this “perfect date”This scenario aired in the July 25 episode on the hit reality TV program.

Fiji’s Koro Sun Resort, Rainforest Spa, hosted Ashley Hebert, the new bachelorette. She was joined by her date, for a private and exotic getaway. The resort is located on 150 acres in Savusavu and features a coconut plantation as well as lush rainforests and a private lake.

To wow ABC’s stars, the resort designed a luxurious couples’ package. The “Passion Under the Palms”Package includes a 5-night stay in Fantasy Suite, three gourmet meals per day, a candlelit dinner at the rainforest, snorkeling excursions, spa treatments, private beach picnics, and a waterfall tour.

This deal, which was made for television, is available to all customers to ensure an unforgettable vacation. You may also consider the Adventure package for thrill-seekers if this package does not suit your needs. Other recreational activities include kayaking and biking, tennis, hiking, golf, and tennis.

Koro Sun Resort is proud of its friendly Fijian staff. Conde Naste described them as the friendliest, most welcoming people in the world. Another highlight of the event? “Passion Under the Palms”Package is a special welcome–the resort staff will offer a coconut milk foot soak, massage, and freshly chilled coconut beverages.

As Hebert did, guests are welcomed into the resort with singing and attentive personal attention. As if they were their family, staff treat guests to private tours through botanical gardens, island caves rainforests and waterfalls.

Koro Sun Resort was a great place for Bachelorette Hebert to find her soulmate. She experienced tropical luxury at its best and discovered Fiji’s hidden treasures.

The stunning blue waters will make you feel like a celebrity. There are many dining options, including succulent seafood, fresh local produce, and tender fish fillets. Visit for more information.