1. Manhattanhenge, New York City
This event only happens twice a year during the summer solstice. The setting sun aligns with the east-west streets of the main street grid of Manhattan, New York City – creating one amazing sunset!
2. The Serengeti, Tanzania
It’s like stepping into the real life Lion King!
3. Grundarfjordur, Iceland
This Icelandic town is located between a mountain range and a lava field making for one amazing backdrop as you watch the sun set.
4. Ayers Rock, Australian Outback
Ayers Rock (or Uluru) is the largest monolith in the world – one massive stone! It is so big that the clouds that move across the sky during sunset reflect its orange and red colours.
5. Great Pyramids, Egypt
Watching the sunset as you watch the Pyramids and camels become silhouetted is breathtaking.
6. The Maldives
There is just something about tropical islands and sunsets that just go so well together.
7. Santorini, Greece
The sunsetting against the blue and white town is gorgeous. As if we needed more of a reason to go to Santorini!
8. Stonehenge, England
The prehistoric sight of Stonehenge is brought to life as you watch the sun pierce through the 50-tonne stones of this mysterious construction.
Have you been lucky enough to experience any of these sunsets first hand?
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