The Bachelorette 2011: Experience Fiji for Yourself in Bachelorette Style| July 25, 2011 at 12:37 PM EDT
Just because you haven’t been cast on the ABC shows doesn’t mean you aren’t a perfectly lovely and deserving Bachelorette or Bachelor.
Tonight Ashley Hebert and her final bachelors will be heading to the resort/spa Namale in Savasavu, Fiji. If you watch the episode and find you simply must visit the same place, then you may be interested in The Bachelorette Inspired Romantic 7-Night Getaway Package to Namale, which be offered for 90 days after the July 25 episode airs.
“Namale is one of the best hidden treasures I have ever come across. The peace and beauty is second to none,” said Chris Harrison, host of ABC’s The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor Pad.
The Bachelorette Inspired Romantic 7-Night Getaway Package to beautiful Namale includes seven nights at any bure or villa at the Namale Resort and amenities like:
Inter-island transportation for two (limited time offer)
Chilled bottle of champagne and a basket of South Pacific fruits upon arrival
Namale’s signature Couples Ultimate Fusion Spa Treatment, which boasts a unique combination of modern and traditional treatments
Horseback riding to Namale’s privately owned waterfall with 3 course lunch served at the base of the falls
Private candlelight dinner over the Koro Sea and under a bed of stars
Lunch where the Bachelorette dined at the Walu Deck (or choose from: Hanging Bed at beach, Veidomoni Deck, Blowhole Deck, Lasalasa, Main Bure Private Deck)
Dolphin Day Tour to Natewa Bay
Romantic themed turn down service on the eve of guest departure
I’m still laughing about the “Blowhole deck” and wondering why anyone would want to dine there… But listen to me seriously for a second. If you ever do end up in Fiji please make use of the nature and outdoor activities. And please do invite me along. I like spa’s.
To learn more about Namale visit namalefiji.com
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