When it comes to sunsets, no two are ever the same. A powerful sunset has the ability to bring instant calm and tranquility to any situation and many usually travel far and wide to find the most secluded and serene locations in order to soak up the perfect sunsets. If you are looking to capture a different kind of dusk, why not speak to your personal travel manager about creating a tailored trip around prime sunset locations. Whether it’s a beach holiday, a spot of culture or the outback you’re searching for here are our top picks for a stunning sunset:
When it comes to capturing poster-worthy sunset pictures, Maui in Hawaii rarely disappoints. Maui is the second largest of the Hawaii islands and offers sparkling white sands and endless, crystal clear beaches and beautiful locations to watch stunning sunsets. Another rare element of the island is it’s ‘green flash’ sunsets, whereby a quick flash of emerald light appears on the horizon. If you happen to miss out on this natural phenomenon, fear not for you can still witness the hypnotic fusion of oranges, blues and purples in the skies while swimming under waterfalls or even from the top of a 10,000-foot volcano! One thing is for sure though, watching the sun set over this beautiful island while sipping a Mai Tai is the perfect way to end your day.
Los Cabos, Mexico
Located at the southern tip of Baja California Sur in Mexico, Los Cabos is famously known as a ‘dual destination’ because of its two vividly diverse towns and also for its stunning sunsets, particularly the aptly named ‘Sunset Beach’. You can enjoy the breathtaking sunsets while taking part in a variety of activities from eco-tours, sport fishing and golfing right at the edge, where the desert meets the Sea of Cortez. Another perk of this destination is San Jose del Cabo, which allows you to appreciate the feel of an authentically Old World Mexican village with cozy restaurants, cobblestone streets and inviting boutiques. While in stark contrast Cabo San Lucas, also known as “the Corridor”, is characteristically known for its grand Luxury Avenue Boutique Mall, trendy shops and funky bars, alongside stunning sunsets.
World renowned for it’s stunning light, in the middle of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park stands Uluru, which is also commonly known as Ayers Rock.
A natural wonder of the world, Ayers Rock transforms back and forth between beautiful blood reds to dark, rusty orange browns while the sun sets in the distance. As the night begins to fall, these vibrant colours also overtake the expanse of savannah and reflect off the cloud formations, resulting in one of the most memorable sunsets in the world. Tourists can view the stunning sunsets from the numerous viewing areas nearby the rock; however you are prohibited from climbing this spectacular rock, as it is a very sacred symbol to the Anangu people.
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