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The Bachelor’s Ben Higgins and contestants, Joelle “JoJo” Fletcher and Lauren Bushnell, during the Rose Ceremony of episode 9

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

March 4, 2016 (Montego Bay, Jamaica) – Chukka Good Hope Estate in Jamaica was featured in episode 9 of ‘The Bachelor’, season 20, which aired on February 29, 2016 on ABC.

The popular American reality television dating game show, which debuted in March 2002 with almost seven million viewers, is centered around an eligible bachelor who dates a pool of romantic interests during the course of the season and in the final episode selects a wife.

Each week the bachelor selects the contestants he would like to move forward and presents them with a rose during the Rose Ceremony. The historic Great House at Chukka Good Hope Estate provided the romantic backdrop for the Rose Ceremony scene of week 9, where bachelor, Ben Higgins presented roses to the last two  contestants vying for his heart, Joelle “JoJo” Fletcher and Lauren Bushnell.

Chukka Good Hope Estate is a 18th century sugar plantation which was acquired by Chukka in 2012 and transformed into a park, offering an array of historical, cultural and nature adventure tours, while preserving and showcasing the original charm of the estate.


About Chukka
Founded in 1983, Chukka offers over 60  tours in Jamaica, Belize and Turks & Caicos. Collectively, the operations delivered adventure tours to over 450,000 cruise and hotel guests in 2015. With a commitment to offer only the highest quality tours with well-trained guides and stringent safety standards, Chukka takes pride in showcasing the natural beauty of the Caribbean through unique and sensational experiences, while providing opportunities for local residents and businesses. To learn more about Chukka active adventure, culture and leisure tours, call toll free 1-877-4-CHUKKA, or visit www.chukka.com.  

 

For more information:
Marc Melville
Director of Sales and Development
Ph: 876-382-7465
Email: mmelville@chukka.com

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