Escape the technology world for a while and experience the best places which will find your inner peace. Psychological facts say watching sunset relieves stress.”Beautiful sunset makes your worries fade away“. The beauty of a sunset can make you feel better and more connected to yourself and your emotions.
Sunsets symbolize peace, harmony, and the promise of renewal. Sunset gives inspiration to your heart and mind, they heal you! So every day has a beginning “Sunrise” and an end “Sunset“. So REST – RESTART – REPEAT.
Here are some beautiful sunsets which you will fall in love with and you should try Visiting them at least once in your lifetime. You will never regret it:
1. Radha Nagar Beach, Havelock Island, Andaman
It is also called beach number 7 because the Radha Nagar beach is the world’s 7th largest beach! Situated in Havelock Island in Andaman and Nicobar itself, Radhanagar beach is magnificently huge then! What”s so special about Radhanagar beach? It’s kind of like a central position of the Havelock Island and is possible to reach there from any direction of the Havelocks. Radhanagar beach also lures in tourists for water activities and scuba diving and of course to say a sweet hello to nature!
The sunset of Radhanagar’s beach touches around 5.45 pm and the way the Sun tries to drop into the turquoise blue waters of the beach and as if the white sand is getting dried up by the Sun’s dying orange rays, it’s a paradise!
2. Sunset viewpoint, Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu
Kanyakumari converges all three water bodies of India that are the Arabian sea, the Bay of Bengal, and the Indian ocean, and houses 6 beaches and one of them is named Kanyakumari Beach which has the sunset point!
The sunset here is a confluence of an orangish pink sun meeting the grey waters. The Kanyakumari beach is naturally rocky, which really adds up to its divine beauty. Hit the Kanyakumari beach at around 6:40 pm to catch the last rays!
3. Tiger Hill, Darjeeling, West Bengal
Now Darjeeling has a toy train! Darjeeling Himalayan Railways has a train that runs on a very narrow gauge, is as old as the 1880s, and going from Darjeeling covering places like Tindharia and Mahanadi and reaching New Jalpaiguri! This toy train is called so as it passes via mountainous regions in a narrow track and hence gives a picture of a toy train and is also A UNESCO heritage place!
The tiger hills of Darjeeling are just 172 km away from Everest and from the top of Tiger hills, you see the gorgeous glimpse of Mount Everest and also of the Kanchenjunga mountains! It is known for its sunset as the Sun literally dips down behind the Kanchenjunga mountains! With weather touching 14-17°C, the sunset at 6:40 is sure to fill you with warmth and cold breeze
4. Dal Lake, Kashmir
Known as the Jewel of Srinagar, Dal lake is popularly known for its Shikaras, a wooden houseboat allowing 6 seats. Rowing in this Shikara at 7:45 pm, and trying to reach the end of the Dal lake to catch the dipping sun, is sweet heaven!
5. Rann of Kutch, Gujarat
Winter begins, and Gujarat’s tourism has dozens of advertisements running on the television inviting people to celebrate the ‘Rannotsav‘ in Kutch, Gujarat, and live there in tents under cold nights and warm noons! Sunset of Rann of Kutch is forever known because of its white sand! The huge expanse of white sand isn’t really even white! It looks white because of the sun’s rays! So now, the sunset here appears like the Sun running down in a bed of white clouds and the traditional music there just adds a very ancient feeling! To watch the sunset of Rann of Kutch reach the white sands at around 6:20 pm!
I hope I tried my best to take you on to nice imaginary tour to the sunset of these places and I hope you will add them to your bucket list too! Other places also include Chidiya Tapu,