Dreamy Destination Proposal Ideas

Need some romance in your life? Meet your latest addiction: HowHeAsked.com. It’s perhaps the most exhaustive–and “aw”-inspiringly sweet–collection of unforgettable proposal stories on the internet. Some of our personal favorites are the destination proposals–I mean, does it get much better than a beautiful getaway topped with a perfect ring? Write your own romance–and inspire a dream story of your own–with these ring and destination combos!


Waitomo Glowworm Caves, New Zealand


Glow Worm Caves



Picture it: a romantic boat ride on an underground river. Above, a bioluminescent glow like a second, secret night sky. And below, a ring sparkly enough to catch all that ethereal light.


New Zealand’s Waitomo Glowworm Caves are the perfect destination for a traveler who appreciates unique natural beauty and the finer things. The area boasts both a series of striking natural caves, some illuminated by an unusual species of insect, one home to a renowned concert venue featuring incredible acoustics in an other-worldly setting. Learn more here.


Moon Gates, Bermuda


Moon Gates, Bermuda



Good luck begins here, under a tropical moon gate, a structure designed to bring fortune to those who pass through. Bring a ring that echoes that elegant–and meaningful–shape for a proposal that can’t go wrong.


Bermuda’s moon gates were built to emulate an ancient Chinese design. Found throughout the island, many frame stunning views of the world-class beaches, bright blue sea, and lush tropic forests, making them perfect spots for proposals and even wedding ceremonies. Get more background here.


Santorini, Greece


Santorini, Greece


Crisp white and deep blue seas set the stage for an unforgettable Grecian getaway. Engagement rings featuring sapphires will serve not only as a reminder of love and commitment, but of the colors and memories of that special island vacation.  

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