• A helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon
This is the perfect getaway for thrill-seeking couples that are looking to experience a marvel of nature. The Grand Canyon National Park is located in the state of Arizona and has been the home of Native Americans for thousands of years. There are a number of great activities to participate in, from hiking, rafting down the rapids of the Colorado River and camping. However, if you are looking to propose, we have a suggestion. Take a helicopter ride and enjoy unobstructed views of the canyon as well as Las Vegas. You can then land on the canyon floor at sunset to propose to your loved one and enjoy a celebratory glass of champagne.
• A horse-drawn carriage through Central Park
Nothing quite says romance like the quiet oasis that is Central Park right in the heart of New York City. There is a proposal location to suit every couple. Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride through the winding trails of the historic park and stop at one of the iconic attractions, like the famous carousel. The Loeb Boathouse is the ultimate location for a quiet picnic lunch watching the swans drift by, or hop aboard a rowboat and pop the question from the privacy of the lake. Bow Bridge is a picture-perfect proposal location, especially at sunset, and has been the setting for many iconic romance scenes in films for many decades.
• From a private balcony overlooking Lake Louise
Check into the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise and indulge in a romantic escape. Amidst the soaring Canadian Rockies, on the shore of the emerald lake and the Victoria Glacier, you will find this magical destination in Alberta’s Banff National Park. Enjoy world-class skiing and skating in the winter or hiking and canoeing in the summer. If you and you loved one are adventure seekers, this is the perfect romantic getaway. Indulge in the Belvedere Suite, complete with a luxurious master bedroom and ensuite bathroom atop a spiral staircase from the dining area, and pop the question at a candlelit dinner on your private balcony overlooking Lake Louise and the Victoria Glacier.
• In the historic Main Square of Old Montreal
Old Montreal is an historic district on the St Lawrence River, which began being built in 1642 and is one of the first cities in North America. Take a stroll down the cobblestone streets lined with award-winning bars and restaurants like Chuck Hughes’ Garde Manger, venture into some of the beautiful art galleries and visit the Notre Dame Basilica, a church unlike any other place of worship. You can also spend the day getting pampered at Bota Bota, a historic river ferry converted into a floating spa. After a day of pampering, take your loved one to the Main Square and get down on one knee to make history of your own.