Bachelor in Paradise returns for its second season this weekend on Sunday, Aug. 2!
The premiere episode airing Sunday will be part of the special two-night premiere, continuing Monday night.
This season of the ABC hit unscripted reality TV series takes place in Mexico just like last season, but the town where the contestants stay and film have changed.
The first batch of Bachelor in Paradise contestants from season 1 was in Tulum, which is very close to Cancun.
The second batch of contestants for the second season was in Sayulita, which is nearby Puerto Vallarta.
The host of all the shows in The Bachelor franchise dished in the video below about the shift in location in Mexico while filming this season compared to the first one.
"Puerto Vallarta gives us a much more vast array of dates," Chris Harrison said.
"We'll be on the water a lot. There's a bigger town. You also have the culture as well so they kind of have a nice blend of the old and the new," Harrison explained.
He added that even though they're still most definitely in Mexico it is totally different since they're on the opposite coast now.
Harrison is looking forward to viewers getting to see this part of the country compared to what was seen while the first season's cast of Bachelor in Paradise was in Tulum.
Bachelor in Paradise returns to ABC on Aug. 2 for a special two-hour premiere of its second season at 8 p.m. ET.