Catching the view of a beautiful sunset at the end of the day can make it a true experience of paradise. Along with sunsets, beaches have also given a sense of paradise. There are plenty of options for the travelers to experience either an isolated stretch of sand or a family-friendly resort. The listing of the top tourist destination for this exotic encounter amongst nature is found below:
1. Serengeti National Park
This park has certain resemblance to the jungle of ‘The Lion King.’ If you are really lucky, you may even see elephants or rhinos silhouetted against the sunset. For a perfect experience of the Serengeti, you should visit a hotel near Lake Victoria.
Bali is a province which is an island of Indonesia. It is popular for the Uluwatu coastline which is best known for breathtaking view of the sunsets. On a good day, we can see colors explode like fireworks stretch for miles across the sky and it looks like the sky is lit on fire. You can also experience supreme sunset from the top of Mount Batur.
3. Ibiza, Spain
Experimental beach of Ibiza gives a white and blue experience along the beach at the end of Salinas. Along with the mesmerizing view they have good food, music and a little pier as well. The view of the glorious sunset with the plane flying through it is truly magical.
4. Sunset Beach, Oahu, Hawaii
This sunset beach in Hawaii is one of the world’s best places to watch big wave surfing in winter. It also makes an excellent spot for snorkeling during summer as the lake becomes calmer during this season. As the suggestion of its name, the sunsets really seal the deal for visitors.
Where to stay: People usually prefer stating at the Turtle Bay Resort. It is found to be closest to the beach, one of few along the north shore. It has been ranked third best resort in Hawaii according to their annual Readers’ Choice Awards survey.
3. Psarou Beach, Mykonos, Greece
Mykonos is a land full of beaches. Psarou might not be one of the largest beaches out there but its flamboyant factor is undeniable. Its position at the head of a perfect, horseshoe bay, is also found to be unbeatable. There are plenty of water sports to take advantage of in this beach as well. The active beachgoers can take nice walks to nearby Platis Gialos.
Where to Stay: The lavish Luxury Collection Resort, The Santa Marina is one of the most popular ones according to the latest Readers’ Choice Awards survey. Santa Marina also has an infinity pool with panoramic views of the Aegean Sea.
2. Palm Beach, Aruba
If you are ready for a tiresome day and night, the two-mile-long strip on the northwest side of the island is filled with so many activities, it can keep you busy throughout. You can try your hand at parasailing or snorkeling before relaxing down to enjoy a barefoot lunch at Pelican Pier Bar during the daytime. The nighttime however is lively with the facilities provided by the nearby casinos, restaurants, and nightclubs.
Where to stay: Readers’ Choice Awards survey chooses The Ritz-Carlton of Aruba as a ceaseless favorite. On a pristine stretch of white sand called Palm Beach you will find the Caribbean’s most atypical windsurfing. It can be a perfect place to bring the kids as there are numerous activities at the kid’s club that ranges from arts and crafts to movie nights. The conditions are for kayaking and paddle boarding is always right because the sea remains calm and shallow for about a half mile out.
1. Matira Beach, Bora Bora, French Polynesia
Matira comes under one of the most famous of beaches of Tahiti. The beach is a mile-long stretch of silky, powder-white sand slopes which steeps gently into a shallow emerald lagoon. The lagoon is backed by a thick curtain of palms and tropical foliage.
It is also the only public-access beaches in Bora Bora. You won’t need to pay five-star resort prices to enjoy its magnificent beauty.
Where to stay: The Readers’ Choice Awards survey considers ‘The Conrad Bora Bora Nui’ as the highest ranking resort. The beach has also represented the Polynesian culture all around the beach. The culture has been highlighted in the greetings and traditional tattoos of the local staff. A traditional touch has been given to the food and even the names of hotel landmarks have a special hint to the Polynesian’s. For example, Hina spa is named for the moon goddess. The famous Tamure grill pays homage to the hip-shaking local dance moves. ‘The Upa Upa means’ can mean “music” and is the name of the sunset bar and lounge of the beach.