Curaçao to be featured on The Bachelorette

The Dutch Caribbean island of Curaçao is set to be featured on an upcoming episode of The Bachelorette.

Bachelorette Emily Maynard and her suitors will travel to the island for an episode to air Monday, July 9. According to an official news release.

Maynard’s search for true love continues as the suitors check into one of Curaçao’s most luxurious resorts, the Sandton Kura Hulanda Lodge & Beach Club. Located on the scenic West side of the Island, the beachfront lodge is a tranquil retreat boasting a stunning location from which Maynard and her suitors can explore the Island and ramp up the romance on a series of exciting dates.

Maynard and her date will set a course for love on a romantic cruise on the Sailing Ship Insulinde with its billowing sails, offering a different perspective on the Island. A visit to the Island’s world-renowned Dolphin Academy will see Maynard’s date compete for her attention with some of the sea’s most intelligent mammals. The wet-and-wild adventures continue on-board the Jonalisa catamaran with Bounty Adventures, where Maynard and her date get the chance to discover some of Curaçao’s over 500 species of fish and healthy, colorful reef formations on a snorkeling trip.

As the sun sets on the Island, Maynard will enjoy a romantic meal at one of Curaçao’s most historic restaurants – De Gouverneur. Located on the waterfront in Curaçao’s capital, Willemstad, a UNESCO World heritage city, the restaurant is situated in an 18th century building overlooking the bright lights of the famous city scape, Handelskade, with its brightly colored façade of buildings and unique moving bridge allowing entry for ships into the harbor.

The Sculpture Garden at the Kura Hulanda Hotel provides the atmospheric setting for what is sure to be an emotional rose ceremony as the finale draws ever closer.

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