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Lush palm trees, bamboo huts and outdoor showers: Bachelor in Paradise participants prepare for a season of sun, sand and hook-ups at Fiji’s luxury resort

With its lush greenery, idyllic beaches and epic sunsets, Fiji is one of the most romantic locations in the world.

So it’s no surprise that the Bachelor in Paradise stars were released again in the tropical oasis of The Mango Bay Resort in Fiji in search of love.

On Wednesday night, participants made their grand entry to the series via a palm-lined walkway and later met at the pool.

Idyllic: It's no surprise that the stars of Bachelor in Paradise were released again in the tropical oasis of The Mango Bay Resort in Fiji, trying to find love

Idyllic: It’s no surprise that the stars of Bachelor in Paradise were released again in the tropical oasis of The Mango Bay Resort in Fiji, trying to find love

Nestled among 12 acres of lush forests, it’s clear why the Coral Reef resort has been a show favorite over the years.

The extensive grounds offer a vast green lawn where the singletons can sit in the sun in their swimsuits.

If the heat gets too much for them, they have the option of lying on a lounger in the shade of large bamboo huts.

Wow: On Wednesday night, entrants made their grand entry to the series via a palm-lined walkway

Wow: On Wednesday night, entrants made their grand entry to the series via a palm-lined walkway

Wow: On Wednesday night, entrants made their grand entry to the series via a palm-lined walkway

Incredible: Amid 12 acres of lush forests, it's clear why the Coral Reef resort has been a show favorite over the years

Incredible: Amid 12 acres of lush forests, it's clear why the Coral Reef resort has been a show favorite over the years

Incredible: Amid 12 acres of lush forests, it’s clear why the Coral Reef resort has been a show favorite over the years

Mango Bay features sexy outdoor showers, perfect for all the beloved contestants who fall for each other on the show.

Participants spend their nights in small bamboo-style villas, with a queen-size bed and private ensuites.

With the beach close by, the stars will undoubtedly enjoy water activities such as snorkeling and boat trips for the rest of the season.

The extensive grounds offer a vast green lawn where the singletons can sit in the sun in their swimsuits

The extensive grounds offer a vast green lawn where the singletons can sit in the sun in their swimsuits

The extensive grounds offer a vast green lawn where the singletons can sit in the sun in their swimsuits

Participants spend their nights in small bamboo-style villas, with a queen-size bed and private ensuites

Participants spend their nights in small bamboo-style villas, with a queen-size bed and private ensuites

Participants spend their nights in small bamboo-style villas, with a queen-size bed and private ensuites

Stunning: The resort's shaded dining room is beautifully decorated

Stunning: The resort's shaded dining room is beautifully decorated

Stunning: The resort’s shaded dining room is beautifully decorated

Bachelor In Paradise brings previous participants from The Bachelor and Bachelorette together for a second chance at love.

At the premiere of the hit dating show on Wednesday, fan favorites like Abbie Chatfield, Timm Hanly and Ciarran Stott arrived at the resort to find love.

Bachelor In Paradise Australia continues on Channel 10 from 7:30 PM on Thursday.

Do not miss it! Bachelor In Paradise Australia continues on Channel 10 from 7:30 PM on Thursday

Do not miss it! Bachelor In Paradise Australia continues on Channel 10 from 7:30 PM on Thursday

Do not miss it! Bachelor In Paradise Australia continues on Channel 10 from 7:30 PM on Thursday

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