Most Gorgeous Sunsets in the Whole Entire World from Most Gorgeous Sunsets in the Whole Entire World

Most Gorgeous Sunsets in the Whole Entire World

The setting sun is more than just a daily ritual—it’s an example of just how beautiful the natural world can be. Both tourists and locals travel to certain places specifically to see the spectacular event. Next time you head out to see the sun going down keep in mind that a true sunset occurs a minute or so before you see the sun disappear. The color of the sunset has to do with the way light from the sun enters our atmosphere.

Maroon Bells, Colorado

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The setting sun transforms the aspen trees and Maroon Bells into an absolutely magical place. All that’s missing is you, pitching a tent to spend the night in the gorgeous wilderness.

Santorini, Greece

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The shot of the famous Santorini Island and the sunset above the village of Oia is one of the most popular kinds of picture to take there.

Kruger National Park, South Africa

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Kruger National Park, one of the world’s most spectacular, is isolated and away from pollution and urban artificial lights. No wonder that the sunsets and serene. Kruger is the largest game reserve in South Africa and you can see the “Big Five” there – lions, elephants, buffalos, leopards and rhinos.

London, England

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London is not known for nice weather. But, occasionally, Mother Nature surprises everyone. Big Ben and Westminster Bridge at sunset look as stunning as they possibly can. It is known as the Clock Tower. This is the third largest clock in the world.

The Netherlands

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If you want to witness a beautiful winter landscape at sunset with fog and snow, you go the countryside in The Netherlands in December. You get a mesmerizing scene of snow, clear sky, some evergreen trees, and serenity.  

During a storm

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Thunderstorms have a way of lightning the sky that scares many people. Not during a sunset, though. The dramatic orange color that is sometimes the result looks like an almost unreal and certainly rare natural phenomenon.

Seljalandsfos, Iceland

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This is one of the most famous photos of the waterfall, one that you absolutely must visit in this lifetime. You can actually walk behind this almost 200-foot stunning waterfall. This photo is taken during the incredible sunset at about 1 a.m.

Alaska

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The chance to see whales is just one reason why visiting Alaska may be the best adventures you go on this year. You have never seen sunsets, mountains, and/or wildlife like this before.

Canada

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A summer landscape with a river, cloudy sky, forest and sun. What else do you need? The fog only enhances the beauty of this natural occurrence.

Cinque Terre, Italy

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Located along the Liguria coast in Italy, Cinque Terre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site deemed as having noteworthy cultural value for signifying a “harmonious interaction between man and nature to produce a landscape of exceptional scenic quality.”

The wilderness in Iceland

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Iceland is the ultimate Arctic paradise. As evident from this photo, it is much more than just a country full of ice. It’s a destination for thrill seekers, nature lovers, photographers and individuals looking for peace of mind.

Tuscany, Italy

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This is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful regions in the world. It’s famous for unique art, extraordinary architecture, quaint countryside, delicious food, and, of course, world-class wine.

Scala dei Turchi, Italy

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This white cliff is located along the stretch of sea between Realmonte and Porto Empedocle. Its rock is made of a soft, limestone and a blinding white marl, according to Visit Sicily. When you ascend the staircase, you will have the feeling of being in Wonderland, on a huge white meringue.

Sonora Desert

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The Sonoran Desert is an arid region covering about 100,000 square miles. Warm winters attract tourists to resorts in Palm Springs, California, and Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona. Go on the spring; you have never seen a cactus garden with native wildflowers more beautiful.

Rocky Mountains, Colorado

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Sunsets seen above the Wetterhorn Peak are stunning. The peak is located in the San Juan Mountains and standing at 14,015 feet above sea level.

Thailand

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Even though this photo was taken in Thailand, a sunset over the ocean with tropical palm trees is always going to be a marvelous picture that should be framed and posted somewhere you can often see it for inspiration.

Rural Germany

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People often associate Germany with beer and Oktoberfest. Travel farther into the country for active adventures as well as to see such idyllic rural landscapes in golden light. It’s quite beautiful actually.

Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka

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No list of gorgeous sunsets will be complete without one over an ocean. In this case, this is a sunset over the Indian Ocean. Consider visiting Sri Lanka on your next vacation. See its natural beauty; explore the untouched trio of mountains, jungles, and white sand beaches.

El Matador Beach, Malibu, California

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This beach may be one of the most beautiful places in the Golden State you don’t know about. Have you see such purple sunset? It looks unreal but it is natural. The color of the sunset has to do with the way light from the sun enters our atmosphere.

Forest in the fall

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Witnessing a sunset in the fall while hiking in a misty forest has got to be on your bucket list. The rays of sunlight making their way in between the trees and leaves make for gorgeous photos.

Grand Tetons, Wyoming

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If there is one place that you would not recognize if you went in the winter and summer, it would probably be the Grand Teton National Park. Winters are long and can be quite cold but going by places by skiing or snowshoeing is thrilling because many roads aren't easily accessible.

San Diego, California

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Take a walk along La Jolla Boulevard next time you’re in San Diego and make sure you know when the sun is supposed to set. You don’t want to miss the chance to see this view live.

San Francisco, California

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Who says that breathtaking sunsets can only occur in the wilderness and above oceans? San Francisco and its gorgeous skyline prove this is not the case.