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Debbie
San Francisco

General Travel

Best Sunset in the World

I recently saw the most amazing sunset and it got me thinking... where is the best sunset in the world you've ever seen? I'd love to see some photos if you have any!


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top answer by
Emily from United Kingdom

Botswana without a doubt! I was once taking a safari in a tiny dugout mokoro canoe in the Okanvango Delta and snapped this shot - it has not been photoshopped or instagrammed it was that gorgeous


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  1. Botswana (country)
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Paul from Canada

Easy answer - Pokhara Nepal! After a sleepless night we got up about 4 am and drove to the base of Sarangkot We then hiked about 1 hour up the mountain and enjoyed the best sunrise ever - yah ever! Excited about heading back to Kathmandu this Sept


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  1. Pokhara (city)
  2. Sarangkot (city)
  3. Kathmandu (city)
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Russell from San Francisco

Isla Amantaní in the middle of Lake Titicaca, Peru.

It was one of those rare travel moments that transcends centuries and cultures, standing at the top of the island with new friends from Spain and Germany, worshiping the falling sun at the ancient temple of a pre-Incan culture.  Not only were the views gorgeous, but the setting evoked a feeling of being in touch with an ancient people who were intimately in touch with the natural world.  Truly breathtaking, and definitely the most unique experience I had while solo backpacking South America.  Highly recommended if you're traveling through Puno and have two days and a night to experience this place.


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  1. Amantaní (attraction)
  2. Puno (city)
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Valerie from Seattle

Seattle has been darn good for sunsets since I moved here almost a year ago. Here are two of my favorite snaps!

I took this one from the shores of Elliott Bay Trail late in 2013.And then this one just a few weeks ago from CenturyLink Field as I watched a Sounders game! Don't you want to move here yet??


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  1. Elliott Bay Trail (attraction)
  2. CenturyLink Field (attraction)
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Ruth from Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan  We refer to our province as "The Land of Living Skies" and it is definitely that.  Our sunsets are magnificent, on any day when there is no cloud cover, which is almost every day!  I've seen wonderful sunsets in other North American places, and in the tropics, but none can exceed in beauty the ones I see at home. 


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  1. Saskatchewan (state)
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answered first by
Ryan from Chicago

Sunsets are one of my favorite things to see when I travel.  They can be so different from any other one you have seen before, it all just depends on the place.  The best on for me was in the very south of Bali.  I spent all day at the beach and the sunset made the perfect end to a great day, here is a photo I took of it.P.S Debbie where was the sunset you just saw?


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  1. Bali (island)
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Molly from United Kingdom

Definitely Paris on my first ever evening there! I'd landed in the pouring rain, but the clouds started to clear for sunset. This was taken along by Hôtel de Ville. Bit of a rubbish photo, but I love it - it always reminds of seeing Paris for the first time!  


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  1. Paris (city)
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Kalymnos Scooter from Kálymnos, Dhodhekanisos, Greece

Kalymnos, Dodecanese Islands, Greece.

One of the really best sunsets! I do not have many pictures now but the whole package (sunsets,places to see, things to do, tranquility and everything else)is just unbeatable! Try and see, you WILL come again and again! :)


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  1. Kalymnos (city)
  2. Dodecanese Islands (attraction)
  3. Greece (country)
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Katharina from Hong Kong

I saw one of the most beautiful sunsets in Old Bagan in Myanmar. We climbed up the Shwesandaw pagoda 1 hour before sunset. Overlooking Bagan and its temples while the light turns from a warm yellow to a dark red is truly amazing.


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  1. Old Bagan (city)
  2. Myanmar (country)
  3. Shwesandaw (attraction)
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answered by
Jillian from Los Angeles

I feel lucky to say it's where I call home now: Venice Beach



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  1. Venice Beach (city)
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answered by
Damian from Rosario

Hi Debbie!...

Here are some of the sunsets that I captured with my camera...


Salta


Casapueblo


Edinburgh



Nymphenburg Palace


Eiffel Tower


I love sunsets and sunrises ... and more if I am accompanied by a beautiful woman ... hahaha

:)


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  1. Salta (city)
  2. Casapueblo (hotel)
  3. Edinburgh (city)
  4. Nymphenburg Palace (attraction)
  5. Eiffel Tower (attraction)
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answered by
JK from Singapore

Old Bagan, by the river,

that sunset i saw reminds me of a crown


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  1. Old Bagan (city)
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Betsy from Savusavu

Hanalei Bay Kauai, Hawaii - where we've been blessed to live. 


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  1. Hanalei Bay (metro area)
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Han from Regensburg

One of the most amazing sunsets I have ever seen was in Oia , Santorini, Greece. However a bit more wonderful even is the sunrise.

Another amazing sunset I saw in Angkor Wat, Cambodia. You have to be in the right spot where not so many people go.


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  1. Oia (city)
  2. Angkor Wat (attraction)
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answered by
Jae from Singapore

The sunset on a beach at Boracay Island was rather unexpectedly amazing.


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  1. Boracay Island (island)
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answered by
Matt from New York City

Of the ones I've seen, Lake Namtso's (in Nam Co, Tibet) is the best. Here's a picture that doesn't do it justice, taken with my crappy Canon Elph back in 2006.


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answered by
Kingsley from London

like the song says... a Waterloo Sunset: it is beautiful London


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  1. London (city)
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answered by
David from Mornington, Victoria, Australia

I am lucky to live in Mornington Peninsula and we look west over Port Philip Bay here are a few of my Sunset Pictures from this winter. I think we should all plan to take a sunset picture on a particular day i.e 11/11/14 Starting from the date line and creating a record of the sunset on that day as the sunsets around the world creating thousands of pictures in thousands of points on our planet. Come on lets make a record of that day. Please pass it on.




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answered by
Sarah from Houston

My best sunsets were in Key West and Sedona.

Now with Sedona the pictures turned out absolutely spectacular we got to the highest point at where we were staying Sky Ranch Lodgeand you had the view of the red rocks in the backgrounds and it was just so gorgeous! Sky Ranch Lodge also had a separate viewing area that was more private just for guests to watch the sunset. 


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  1. Key West (city)
  2. Sedona (city)
  3. Sky Ranch Lodge (hotel)
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answered by
Peter from Munich

Here some of my best sunsets. 

40Seconds in BerlinPoint Bonita Lighthouse


Golden Gate Bridge


Key West


Coyote Point Marina


Dana Point


Los Angeles International Airport


Imperial Beach


London



Trippy has to work on the photo uploader. I had to upload pretty much every photo 2-3 times because of unexpected error. But this one only appeared after i uploded the photo and tried to insert it here. A lot of waiting with my slow connection at the hotel.


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  1. 40Seconds (attraction)
  2. Point Bonita Lighthouse (attraction)
  3. Golden Gate Bridge (attraction)
  4. Key West (city)
  5. Coyote Point Marina (attraction)
  6. Dana Point (city)
  7. Los Angeles International Airport (attraction)
  8. Imperial Beach (city)
  9. London (city)
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Prasad from India

I think every Sunset is unique and the best part is they are never repeated even at the same place so saying one sunset is better than other will not be correct. As for me the I just loved the Sunsets in Kerala Fort KochiHere is my blog post about the same:  Sunset in Fort Kochi in Kerala, a state in South India, also rightly known as God's Own Country


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answered by
Missy from Newport

When cruising east of Flores Island, Indonesia anchored in front of this active puffing volcano on Kumba Island when on the sailing yacht Silolona.


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Ilias from Athens, Greece

Oia in Santorini island, Greece. Pricey location, but worth it!


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answered by
Dave

Outside of Menemsha I would have to say the best would be at Kalalau Beach.  The cliffs of Kalalau change colors as the sun sets and its really amazing.  


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  1. Menemsha (city)
  2. Kalalau Beach (attraction)
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Milan from Amsterdam, Netherlands

Here in Amsterdam we have a lot of water, an effect of that is we have a lot rain and clouds. Next to that, the sunsets are long (because of the location on the northern hemisphere). In this equation the color changes are beautiful, and they are rare. Notice the changes in the spectacle. Here' are some pictures of the start to end of the sunset, from the view of the restaurant REM Eiland. And please mind me saying I did not use a filter. 

Sorry for the lamps in the picture, I forgot to step outside.


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answered by
Sandy

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answered by
Marcello from Xiengkhouang Laos

Hi,

I can send you only two different PhonsavanSunset on jars site n°1

Sunset on the jungle near Phonsavan


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answered by
Jonny from Nowhere

Sunsets on the Isles of Scilly are some of the best I have seen anywhere.


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  1. Isles of Scilly (metro area)
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Rob from Branson

This was taken outside of Bamenda, near the grounds of the Mbingo Baptist Hospital in Cameroon, June 2012.  We were staying on top of a mountain and were eating down in the village (3/4 of a mile straight down the mountain from our house) when we saw the color start filling the sky. We dropped everything we were doing, and sprinted up to the house so we could see the sun set over the valley. Aaaaaand it was absolutely breath-taking.


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  2. Mbingo Baptist Hospital (attraction)
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answered by
Christene from Kansas City (Missouri)

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  2. Sedona (city)
  3. Flagstaff (city)
  4. Florence (city)
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answered by
Don from Albuquerque

Although Phoenix, Arizona may not be the most exotic travel destination in the world, it has been a constant source of unforgettable sunsets for me. All of these photos were taken in Papago Park in Phoenix. With its dramatic landscapes and highly reflective fishing lagoons, Papago Park is the best place in Phoenix to witness a stunning sunset, especially during the winter months.



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answered by
Charles from Virginia

Amazing sunset photos. Here is one of mine, from earlier this summer in Duck


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Claus from Holte

A great sunset has to be followed by a cool drink. Six Senses Laamu Hotel, Maldives


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  1. Six Senses Laamu Hotel (hotel)
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answered by
Sebnem from Istanbul

My best ones were in Curacao and in Bodrum


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  1. Curacao (country)
  2. Bodrum (city)
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answered by
Lynn

I have not seen the whole world yet, but saw some stunning sunsets in Maui(Lahaina) & St Lucia in the Caribbean.


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  1. Maui (island)
  2. St Lucia (country)
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answered by
Stacey from Denver

Can't answer for the whole world but Cape Cod has amazing sunsets and a different looking sunset every night. One of my places!


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answered by
Kip from Iowa City

Bark Bay (Apostle Islands), Cornucopia WI, USA ... Debbie, I want to share the photo's I have but I'm not sure how I can upload the photo!


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  2. Cornucopia (city)
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answered by
Bhaskar from Lucknow, India

#1 Langkawi Island in Malaysia 

or #2 Krabi islands in Thailand.



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  2. Krabi (city)
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answered by
Gita from Mumbai

Mumbai wouldn't be considered among beautiful places in the world, it's a dusty humid city for the most part of the year, but a few weeks ago, I was able to capture a beautiful sunset while in the back seat of a speeding taxi.


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answered by
Kate from Ohio

Both of these were taken in Jamaica.


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answered by
Jason from Cape Town

Cape Town has some of the best I have ever seen.  

Thailand especially Koh Tao


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  1. Cape Town (city)
  2. Thailand (country)
  3. Koh Tao (island)
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answered by
Shawn from Fort Lauderdale

The most beautiful sunset I've ever seen and continue to see every time I go is from Carrot Bay on Tortolalooking over toward Jost van Dyke and St. Thomas.


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Diana

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Betsy from Savusavu

I lied above. Shortly after arriving in Korotogo, bush fire smoke gave us these.


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answered by
Paige from Alexandria (Virginia)

One of my favorite places to watch the sun set is at my mom's house in Warsaw (Virginia). I must have a thousand photos of sunsets there.But my second favorite sunset was probably in Porto. The sunset seemed to last for hours, and the colors moved across the water and the bridges and the hills and the houses in a magical way.



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answered by
Robson from Istanbul

Tough question Debbie....
Lately the best sunsets we saw were in Novalja


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answered by
Ben from London

The sunset in the lost city Syrian Desert was pretty spectacular!

Maybe not too safe to travel there at the moment though...this was 5 years ago when I was there!


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  1. Syrian Desert (attraction)
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answered by
Barbara from Tampa

J.N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island, Florida. From the watch tower you can see a beautiful panoramic sunset...and see a large flock of roseate spoonbills. (Was there August 2014)


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answered by
Roger from San Marcos (Texas)

I like the Town Lake Statesman Bat Observation Center in Austin TX

Honolulu HI North Shore

Wellington Harbour New Zealand


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  2. North Shore (region)
  3. Wellington Harbour (attraction)
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answered by
Liz from Austin (Texas)

Cape Jervis coming back from Kangaroo Islandi like this question!


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answered by
Laura from Buenos Aires

I don't know if it was the best, even when it's known as such, but I found the sunsets in Oia and Mikonos just wonderful. 

The sunste in the Grand Canyon is also beautiful because you see the mountains change colours from brown and greens to bright reds. 


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  2. Mikonos (city)
  3. Grand Canyon (attraction)
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answered by
Valerie from Los Angeles

Mykonos, Greece. 

I still think about this sunset to this day and like many of you have said, pictures cannot do it justice. 

The orange sky reflected on all of the white buildings in town, it was so unbelievably beautiful and an experience I will never forget. 



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answered by
Katherine from Boulder

Over the Serengeti in Tanzania


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answered by
Ian from Manchester

Personally I would say that the view of the Freycinet Peninsula from Coles Bay in Tasmania, near Wine Glass Bay was the best I've seen.


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  2. Coles Bay (city)
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answered by
Jana Magdalena from Prague

I haven´t seen so many sunsets yet, but the one Crete was beautiful!


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answered by
Hubert from Paris

Bingin Beach in Bali


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answered by
Onur from Los Angeles

Great view of Blacksea from Trabzon  Turkey


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answered by
Paulo from Itaboraí

Jericoacoara

Beautiful sunset, just sit on the dunes and watch the show!


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  1. Jericoacoara (city)
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answered by
James from Bon Aqua

This was the first sunset of my 2012 Kona vacation! Awesome sunset from the Royal Kona Resort!


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  1. Kona (island)
  2. Royal Kona Resort (hotel)
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answered by
Stew from Toronto

I'd have to say Rio de Janeiro at Ipanema but given all the other photos I've seen in the answers, I'm having doubts about my answer now.


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  1. Ipanema (city)
  2. Rio de Janeiro (city)
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answered by
James from Bon Aqua

Kailua, Kona!


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answered by
Turan from Kusadasi

Ladies Beach in Kusadasi Turkey I think has the best sunset in the world by far.


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answered by
Adrien from Art Deco District

Miami Miami Beach the sky goes on fire every sunset

Other great places to watch the sunsets around the World:


(Photos taken on my iPhone 5, no filter)


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  1. Miami (city)
  2. Miami Beach (attraction)
  3. Great Ocean Rd (attraction)
  4. Byron Bay (city)
  5. Porto-Vecchio (city)
  6. Biarritz (city)
  7. Merzouga Camp (attraction)
  8. Tanah Lot (attraction)
  9. Sukhothai (city)
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answered by
Howard from York (Pennsylvania)

Swami's in SoCal.  BEAUTIFUL place to watch it go down.


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answered by
Rita


The most beautiful are right out my front window  and deck on Scugog Island on Lake Scugog, Port Perry, Ontario, Canada


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answered by
Jennifer from Verdi-Mogul

Cape Blanco Every night, we would walk down to the cliff, and watch the sun sink into the sea!  One evening we even witnessed the "green flash" !


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answered by
brigitte

South Africa. Yellows like an egg yolk, pinks like cotton candy, red and white like the ribbons on an old fashioned carousel. Can't beat it. Most beautiful sight I've ever seen.


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answered by
Paul from Clydebank

Guernsey, Channel Islands. West coast


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answered by
Ben from London

The sunset in the lost city of Palmyra in Syrian Desert was pretty spectacular!

Maybe not too safe to travel there at the moment though...this was 5 years ago when I was there!


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answered by
Tomeca

Best sunset I've seen was Haleakalā 


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answered by
Alan from Winnipeg

The best sunsets in the world are in Winnipeg during the summer months. Sunsets last until 10:30 - 11:00p.m. And give the greatest bright red/orange suns you have ever seen.


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answered by
Roxanne from Montreal

The best sunsets I' ve seen were eather in the Turks and Caicos any island would do. But without over traveling the most recent best of the best sunsets were in Riviere Du Loup about 2 hours NE of Quebec City.  Just go to the dock next to the fery sit down and enjoy the show. (Sorry no photos, it was too wonderfull to stop watching.)


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  3. Quebec City (city)
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answered by
Brooks from Richmond, Virginia

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answered by
Jason from Singapore

South Africa. Too many gorgeous breathtaking landscapes for sunset peekaboo. Drove down the Garden Route National Park and had too many. But the best was up atop table mountain. Great friends, towards the end of the best vacation ever. Great question!


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answered by
Dave from Birmingham (Alabama)

Marathon, Florida


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Perla from Alexandria (Virginia)

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answered by
Daniel

Guam, by far. No where else compares. Watch the sun set from Tumon Bay. I'm from California - the land of the setting sun - so it's hard for me to say it but it's true. Being out in the middle of ocean, with such dense rain clouds, you get a full spectrum of colors that can't be seen otherwise.


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answered by
Peter from Slovenia

Balanced Rock, Arches National park, UT
Minutes before sunset everything looks like in fire. Never saw anything like that.


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answered by
Jacey & Scott from Fort Collins

Oia from our balcony and a close second Conrad Maldives Rangali Island from our over water villa on our honeymoon ;)


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answered by
Girish

From a photography point of view, I think that Prague has the best evening light (in the summer at least). 


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answered by
Alisa from Charleston (West Virginia)

Has to be Key West!!!


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answered by
Daniela from Santiago

Prague

without any doubt


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answered by
Rohan

It's in the Himalaya Hills during the monsoons, when the sun is in its process to go down and it rains and you have a beautiful rainbow in front of you, you are practically sitting above the rainbow.


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answered by
Maurio from Tokyo

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answered by
Christopher

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answered by
Zolo from Ulaanbaatar

SUNSET AT 'KHUVSGUL LAKE' OF MONGOLIA.




answered by
Terry from Honaunau, Hawaii

Kailua Kona - the vog creates amazing sunsets. 


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  1. Kailua Kona (city)


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Hazel from Port St. Lucie

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  1. Lake Michigan (attraction)


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Philip from London

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  1. Gili Islands (attraction)


answered by
Nardine from Tamworth (England)

Have seen many amazing colourful sunsets.

The most beautiful I've seen in the last 12 months was in Roda Corfu


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  1. Corfu (city)


answered by
Lola from Leitrim

I currently live in Ireland and love the sunsets in my town Carrick-on-Shannon. I never get tired of watching the sky here...the beautiful colors and clouds. I have being in other countries but love the ones here best.



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  1. Ireland (country)
  2. Carrick-on-Shannon (city)


answered by
jeffrey from Miami

Mallory square is the ultimate sunset if you like margaritas.  must have taken a few hundred pictures there over the years but like my salt shaker they are forever lost...


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answered by
Chris from Los Angeles

Haleakala Crater in Maui, Hawaii... Just saw this on my vacay to Maui last week. Amazing.


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  1. Maui (island)


answered by
Alecia from Kailua Kona

From the top of Mauna Kea on the big Island, Hawai'i! Almost 14,000 feet in elevation and watching it set into the clouds. Ahhh!


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  1. Mauna Kea (attraction)


answered by
Jeffrey from Los Angeles

I have always been to to partial to the sunsets in Denver with the colors and the mountains.  

Someday I hope to see a sunset from everywhere in the world and then I can be a better judge!


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  1. Denver (city)


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Tim from Chicago

boy the competition is tough, but I just watched a spectacular sunset on the top of Haleakalā Crater in Maui....


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Gita from Mumbai

Experienced one of the most beautiful sunset's in Braga at the 
Bom Jesus do Monte


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  2. Bom Jesus do Monte (neighborhood)


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Steven from Atlanta

Best I've seen recently was certainly Mt Cargill just outside Dunedin, NZ. Our AirBn'B hostess casually mentioned there was a nearby spot good for sunsets so we drove up thinking we would get a nice view of the city from a hill. What we were treated to though was outstanding 270 degree panoramas on a night that just so happened to be an absolutely perfect one for a sunset. Just the right amount of clouds to let the light play and smatter the sky with orange, pink, purple, and all shades of blue as the sun made its exit. Was definitely the most unexpected of breathtaking natural beauties in a country filled with them. I only used the camera on my phone which doesn't even begin to properly capture it, but you get the picture. 



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Richard from Cape Town

The most beautiful sunsets in the world is to be seen in little village close to Cape Towncalled Melkbosstrand. I am fortunate enough to live here and I have not seen a better sunset in 68 countries. The autumn sunsets are spectacular for the cloud formations and in the summer for the blood red sunsets. You can also see the moon set in the morning as the sun rises. The photos attached are not photoshopped or adjusted in any way.


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  2. Melkbosstrand (city)


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Rasto from Edmonton

Isla De Ometepe, Nicaragua



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  1. Isla De Ometepe (attraction)




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