The 10 best sunsets in the world

Masai Mara
When choosing a destination, we take into account many factors (its heritage and artistic wealth, its beaches, its people, its tourist infrastructure ...), but many times we let ourselves be carried away by the rich landscape. If you are one of those people that what they value most about their trips is being able to contemplate landscapes amazing, then you must be very attentive to what we tell you next.

Today in Hard Hobbit To Break we are going to talk to you about the best corners of the world to watch the sunset. Yes, we are referring to that magical hour in which the sun is hidden behind the horizon. For this, we will base ourselves on the ranking that the magazine has prepared National Geographic. Do you want to discover the best sunsets on the planet? Well, do not miss anything we tell you below!

Rajasthan India

Rajastan
According to National Geographic, the best sunset in the world can be seen in the Thar Desert in Rajasthan, the largest of the northwestern states of India. You can enjoy the sunset walking on the back of a camel through the dunes. After sunset, you can spend the night in the sea of ​​sand.


Mount Fuji, Japan

Mount Fuji
In second position we find Mount Fuji, one of the symbols of Japan, with a shape perfect and an iconographic environment that becomes more special when the sun goes down.

Taj Mahal, India

Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal is a tremendously beautiful monument at any time of the day, although magical moments are experienced during sunset and sunrise, as this mausoleum of marble it takes on an even more mysterious air.

Inle Lake, Myanmar

Inle Lake
In fourth place we find Inle Lake, in Myanmar, a beautiful body of water that, surrounded by mountains and more than 200 villages, hosts one of the types of fishing most curious of all time. Without a doubt, taking a boat trip during sunset is a magical experience.


Baobabs Valley, Madagascar

Valley of the Baobabs
The so-called Baobabs Avenue in Madagascar could not be missing from this list, a protected area that houses strangers trees baobabs, some of which reach 24 meters high and a thousand years old.

Atacama desert, Chile

Atacama
In sixth position in the ranking we find the Atacama Desert, which stretches across northern Chile. Formed by immense salt flats, hot springs, geysers and mines of different mineralsIt is one of the most captivating landscapes on the planet, although the best time to enjoy it may be at sunset.

Masai Mara National Park, Kenya

Masai Mara1
We return to Africa to tell you about the Masai Mara National Park, which is located in Kenya. After spending an intense day of safari, you will be able to contemplate the sunset of the savanna, with the animals as witnesses of exception.


Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town
We are still on the African continent to tell you about Cape Town, in South Africa, which is in eighth position in the ranking. The Beaches Surrounding this city are famous for their beautiful sunsets.

Aiguille du Midi, France

Aiguille du Midi
In ninth position in the ranking we find the Aiguille du Midi, a peak of 3,842 meters located in the massif of Montblanc, France. During sunset, the light reflects off the snow creating a wonderful landscape.

Monument Valley, United States

Valley Monument
Finally, we have to tell you about Monument Valley, a great depression located in the border between Utah and Arizona. As you can see in the image, when the sun goes down it stains the monoliths up to 300 meters high with a beautiful red, offering an overwhelming spectacle.

Top 10 Best Places To Watch The Sunset Around The World (September 2020)


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