Welcome, Daylight Saving Time. You always come just in time for us all to be disheartened when we leave work and it’s already growing dark, foreshadowing the long, cold nights of winter ahead of us. Some are lucky to catch a glimpse of sunset when leaving work this time of year, before it disappears from our days almost altogether. Sunsets are worth seeing, though, and if you have an inclination for that sort of thing, these top 5 sunset locations will be a definite addition to your must-see list.
- Mount Halaekala in Maui stands at a regal 10,000 feet in altitude, and watching the sunset from amongst the clouds is an unforgettable experience as golden prism of lights break through the mist. Watch closely and you might get a peek at the fabled green flash as the sun sinks into the ocean. Maui timeshare resales are abundant as well for travelers who plan to return to the area.
- Laguna Beach is only an hour away from Los Angeles and close to several southern California timeshare resorts in Palm Desert and Palm Springs. This beach is known for its enchanting sunsets over an unbroken horizon and sea-dancing reflections.
- The Grand Canyon. Some say that Hopi Point is the prime location to catch the commanding views of the canyon and the Colorado river flashing the last rays of the sun sinking below the horizon’s wide expanse above the mile-deep canyon.
- With very little light pollution at 8,000 feet elevation, Santa Fe, New Mexico offers a host of historic ruins from which to watch the tremendously colorful sunsets. Most visitors head to Old Fort Marcy Park, but there are plenty of options for viewing in the area as well as Santa Fe timeshare resale resorts to look into if you fall in love with Santa Fe (it’s not hard to do).
- The lighthouse at the Gay Head Cliffs in Aquinnah, Massachusetts on Martha’s Vineyard offers stunning views of the water and bold red reflections in the clay of the cliffs. A longtime summer destination, the island does have a couple of Martha’s Vineyard timeshare resort properties, although most Summer People tend to own a second home on the island. Still, it’s worth visiting for its quaint New England charm and variety of views and summer activities.