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ABC’s ‘The Bachelorette’ Visits Hawaii’s Big Island for Two-Hour Season Finale Airing July 27

July 21, 2009

HONOLULU, July 21 /PRNewswire/ — Hawaii fans who watched ABC’s “The Bachelorette” Jillian Harris bid aloha to Reid Rosenthal after their romantic date on Maui will be seeing a lot more of the Hawaiian Islands as season five of the hit romance reality show from Warner Horizon Television wraps up on Hawaii’s Big Island in a two-hour season finale on July 27 (8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST).

“The feedback from viewers who watched the Maui episode has been incredible with many sharing their excitement about the beautiful scenery, the impressive diversity of activities, and how they now want to visit Hawaii,” said John Monahan, president and CEO of the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, the State of Hawaii’s marketing agency for North America who had a major role in bringing this show to the islands. “Hawaii’s Big Island will be a notable contrast with its rich lava landscape, and prominent beachfront resorts. Being home to all but two of the world’s main climate zones, viewers will see just how huge, diverse, and exciting the Big Island really is.”

Jillian and the final two bachelors – Ed Swiderski and Kiptyn Locke – find themselves on incredible final dates that take them across the Big Island highlighted by an aerial tour of Kilauea volcano’s active lava flows with Sunshine Helicopters, landing beside a secluded Hilo waterfall for a private barbecue with KapohoKine Adventures, and discovering a remote black sand beach with Captain Zodiac Rafting Adventures.

After exploring the diversity of the island, the couples continue their dates with dinner and alone time at the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel and The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii resorts on the legendary Kohala Coast, the sun-soaked northwest side of the island that was once a popular retreat for Hawaiian royalty.

A private estate on the Kohala Coast provides the setting for what could be a life changing moment for Jillian as she makes her final decision. As the largest of all of the main Hawaiian Islands combined and home to Maunakea, the world’s tallest mountain, Hawaii’s Big Island is a perfect symbol of the enormous decision to be made there.

Hawaii has been named the top destination for weddings, honeymoons, and romance many times over the years by the readers of the nation’s top bridal publications, news and travel websites, and travel suppliers. Viewers will get a glimpse of the Aloha State’s natural beauty and relaxing atmosphere via two hours of prime time national television.

Does Jillian find her soul mate? Tune in to ABC’s “The Bachelorette” on July 27 at 8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST (check local listings) for the season finale. For information about the show, visit ABC.Go.com/Primetime/Bachelorette.

For information on Hawaii, the Islands of Aloha, visit GoHawaii.com or call toll-free 1-800-GOHAWAII.

For more information on the Big Island hotels, activities, and attractions featured in the final episodes of The Bachelorette in Hawaii, please see the information below:

HAWAII’S BIG ISLAND

Big Island Visitors Bureau

BigIsland.org / Toll-Free: 800-648-2441

Mauna Kea Resort / Mauna Kea Beach Hotel / Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel

PrinceResortsHawaii.com / Toll-Free: 866-PRINCE6

The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii

Fairmont.com/Orchid / Toll-Free: 866-540-4474

Sunshine Helicopters

SunshineHelicopters.com / Toll-Free: 800-469-3000

KapohoKine Adventures

KapohoKine.com / Toll-Free 866-965-9552

Captain Zodiac Rafting Adventures

CaptainZodiac.com / 808-329-3199

SOURCE Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau


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