If you time your visit to Pfeiffer Beach in California just right, you may be lucky enough to catch the setting sun shining it’s last rays through the hole in this large sandstone formation just offshore.
No, it’s not just an attraction at Disney World. It’s a real place too. Found right on the border of Switzerland and Italy the Matterhorn is one of the highest peaks in the Alps and when the sun is setting it’s certainly a sight to behold.
Located just off the shore of Bali with only a shallow water bridge making it accessible by land, this ancient temple has a surreal air to it especially with the sun setting in the background.
As one of the world’s most famous beaches, Ipanema is not only known for its upscale elegance and laid back style, but also the view as the sun sets behind the mountains in the distance.
This isolated group of islands in the middle of the Indian Ocean not only has beautiful beaches and untouched natural scenery, but also amazingly picture perfect sunsets.
Probably the most famous place in the world to watch the sunset, the Greek island of Santorini, with its cliff towns and amazing ocean views is a must see for anyone planning their next Euro trip.
This huge volcanic crater on the island of Java in Indonesia makes for an incredible setting in which to watch as the sun falls below the horizon.
No matter what time of day you visit Angkor Wat you are sure to be floored by the incredible architecture, but staying a little later to see the sunset behind the iconic temple is something certainly worth your time.
The sheer power of America’s most impressive natural wonder at sunset will give you one of the most impressive shows of your life. And if you ever do manage to make it out consider watching from the south rim, they say the view is unbeatable.
For thousands of years people have been watching sunsets and sunrises peek through these giant stone formations, something that your bucket list can’t really do without.