Popping the engagement question is no longer as easy as dropping on a knee in your favourite eatery or restaurant and then presenting a ring, or even hiding it in a cake until your spouse bites it and then brings it out and screams. The bar has been elevated and men have become a way more creative when proposing to their women, either at the cinemas by putting up big-screen appearances, or by superman costume, and even flash mobs.
In all these creative adjustments by men (and women as the case may be), the hardest part is not necessarily the money available but the choice of selecting the perfect place to get the woman of our dreams to say “I do”.
If you live in Nsukka or you chose Nsukka as your place for the proposal, thanks to us, you will not have a difficult time picking out a place charming enough to make her say “I do” even before the question is popped.
Nsukka is a lovely town in Enugu State. The town is embodied with a serene environment built by nature for your special day. Here is a list of five great spots in Nsukka that you can utilize for your marriage proposals.
Vet Mountain UNN
If you prefer a sunset proposal, then Vet Mountain is the best place, located behind the Veterinary Medicine Building of the University Of Nigeria Nsukka Campus.
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Vet Mountain is characterized by the glorious fiery sunset, beautiful evergreen vegetation, and complete reflection of nature. Vet mountain is a dream setting, you have all the time to stay with your woman while you pop the question, no distractions from passers-by and intruders, it’s just you and your love.
All these stunning features make Vet Mountain a perfect place to pop the question in Nsukka.
Set in a very strategic area of Nsukka, Jerry Marriot – an exquisite hotel and suite is the ultimate gathering spot for people to cool off after their daily stress, it provides a perfect setting for anyone willing to publicly display their love and propose in the city of Nsukka.
Just take your time as you recite the proposal anthem to her hearing, and watch her smile in amusement as she says Yes!
Lion Fountain, UNN
The Lion fountain is located in the University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) campus, known as the Lion’s Den, the Lion fountain got its name from here. It is a little piece of paradise nestled in a beautiful and alluring area in UNN.
It is one of the romantic environments in the University environment with a beautiful view that would elevate the mood of your woman, you also stand a chance of going viral as students love to have pictures of you while you propose, A breathtaking place indeed!
If you want to surprise your “wife-to-be” then Chitis Eatery in Nsukka is the right place. The beautiful thing about Chitis is that their staff celebrates engagements that you feel more elated, just make sure to inform them of your plans, let them know that you wish to propose at a certain time in the restaurant then you
are in for an experience that will blow her off the feet leaving her with no other option than to say “Yes”.
Chitis also offers a perfect blend of nature with the lovely view of the gentle romantic reflection of nature. The scenery is totally amazing! You would just open your mouth agape as you see her melt to your palms saying ” I Do”
What else could one ask for! Proposing to her is absolutely the best decision ever.
Golden Valley is one of the best places to propose in Nsukka. Surrounded by beautiful landscapes and structures, as the name implies “Golden Valley” is a special place for special people, impress your lover by taking her to the calm and atmosphere of Golden Valley hotel and suite, sure to be buzzing with electrifying excitement.
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As you lead her around the spacious and romantic environment of the hotel, you can use the beautiful
a rooftop swimming pool as it will be the perfect place for proposing.
You are covered in the eventuality she says no. You can jump into the moderately-sized swimming pool at the park to clear your head. Then return home, and cry.
Written by Charity Onu
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