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The Real Housewives of Orange County Head to Jamaica for Their Season 13 Trip (UPDATED)

Here's a look at what's to come on Season 13 of The Real Housewives of Orange County!

By Alesandra Dubin
Your First Look at #RHOC Season 13!

UPDATE (June 11, 2018, 2:40 P.M. EST): It's official! The Real Housewives of Orange County will be back for Season 13 on Monday, July 16 at 9/8c. Press play to watch the just-released trailer above.

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If you've been scrolling your Instagram feed, you might have noticed a bunch of familiar faces from The Real Housewives of Orange County posting from inside an airplane cabin in their seats, teasing where they were going... and then never actually revealing it. 

"Who wants to guess where we are going now?" Vicki Gunvalson wrote in her caption, geotagging the Houston airport, tagging Shannon Beador and using hashtags including "#RHOC," "#trip," and "#seeyounextweek."

If you clicked over to Shannon's feed, you'd have gotten a glimpse with her and Kelly Dodd. So... where to? Well, were here to tell you.

Wait for it: The ladies headed off to Jamaica for the RHOC cast trip! And here's exactly what they did, from beginning to end.

We’re here! 🙌🏻 ❤️#rhoc

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The Jewel Grande Montego Bay Resort & Spa, located in the island nation's popular resort destination and cruise ship port of Montego Bay, hosted the ladies. There, hotel staff welcomed the ladies with traditional Jamaican Mento Band and Jamaican Rum drinks — layered in the colors of the national flag, red, yellow, and green.

Jewel Grande Resort Montego Bay Resort & Spa

The first night, they dined at Orchid Restaurant in their hotel, and enjoyed reggae and Jamaican dance. 

The next day, the ladies split into two groups to enjoy the hotel’s Grande Spa, or the hotel beach to swim and lounge. (Talk about tough choices.) They also spent the day rafting on the Martha Brae River, and finished off with dinner at the Sugar Mill Restaurant.

The next day, they rounded out their activities... by taking the Mystic Mountain chair lift to a Bobsled simulation ride! Naturally, they did some souvenir shopping at Mystic Mountain along with lunch. Then it was off for a hike up Dunn’s River Falls, and a boozy dinner — rum tasting was in order — at the hotel's beach. 

The spent their last day having lunch at the Sand Bar at Doctor’s Cave Beach, rounding out the day at the beach with swimming and frolicking on the floating water trampoline (hello, so fun!) amid beach vendors selling fresh-cut coconut water and rum, plus enjoying aloe foot rubs on beach chairs. (Yaaasss to all that too.)

Sand Bar at Doctor’s Cave Beach

To toast their last night together at sunset, the ladies all convened for a fine-dining supper at Marguerite's. Cheers to another epic adventure in paradise!

Photos: Vicki Gunvalson/Instagram (promote); Jewel Grande Resort Montego Bay Resort & Spa (hotel); Doctor's Cave Beach (restaurant)

Promotional consideration furnished by Jewel Grande Resort Montego Bay Resort & Spa

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