The Great Pyramids, Egypt
If you are lucky enough to see the Great Pyramids up close and personal, you might as well stick around for a stunning sunset.
Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA
Thanks to the Colorado River the Grand Canyon was carved in all of its beautiful glory. Research shows over 17 million years ago the river first established its route through the towering canyon walls, since then it has continued to erode the area into a breathtaking masterpiece that boasts some seriously stellar sunsets.
Endless miles of sand and sunset, just don’t forget your sunscreen!
Mount Bromo, Indonesia
Mount Bromo is an active volcano located in East Java, Indonesia. While it is not the highest peak in the area, it is the most popular.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Famous for it’s early morning sunrise, watching the sunset is the best alternative for those lazy backpackers.
Not only does this small Icelandic town have the most amazing sunsets, it’s a pretty private destination as well with only 974 inhabitants as of 2005.
Mount Haleakala, Hawaii
Bora Bora, Tahiti
Ayers Rock, Australia
Known as one of the most impressive landmarks found throughout all of Australia, the Ayers Rock is a giant sandstone formation located in central Australia.
Florida Keys, USA
Taj Mahal, India
While many people have heard of the Taj Mahal, not everyone knows that it was originally built back in 1648 by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan as a dedication to his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. Sunsets viewed from here are full of cultural charm.
The Serengeti, Tanzania
Located in Wiltshire, this prehistoric monument was constructed back in 2600 BC and completed in 2000 BC. It was built for unknown purposes using stones brought from Wales.
Lake Annecy, French Alps
Lake Annecy is the third largest lake in France, offering plenty of day and night time activities, including sunset watching.
Niagara Falls, Canada
Mount Fuji, Japan
Li River, China
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