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10 Beautiful Sunsets that are DSLR Worthy

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There are many beautiful sunset spots in India making it an ideal place for nature photography. HolidayIQ Travellers list 10 places to admire these scenic sunsets.

1. Kanyakumari: Kanyakumari Beach, best spot to capture the sun over the horizon

Kanyakumari: Kanyakumari Beach, best spot to capture the sun over the horizon
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Beach | Sunset | Peace | Boating

HolidayIQ Reviewer A Nirmal Austan says, “Beautiful sunset view at Kanyakumari Beach. People can enjoy a lot by watching the sunsets daily in Kanyakumari Beach with family, friend, and others. ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Arunav Singh adds, “It is advised that one should visit this beach during the sunset because then the beach is just mesmerizing with the sight of the sun at the horizon and is extremely photogenic too.” Read Full Review

2. Jaisalmer: Head to sunset point to see the majestic sun transform

Jaisalmer: Head to sunset point to see the majestic sun transform
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Safari | Sunset | Culture | Architecture

HolidayIQ Reviewer ABHINAV Kumar adds, “Though the Jaisalmer region is full of such Dunes, but Sam Sand Dunes is quite famous among the tourists. For the majestic view of the sunset and moonlit view of the night must stay here.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Darshana V adds, “it is recommended that you camp there at night. Watch the sunset, have a meal, and maybe some chilled beer on the sand dunes and wait for the magic you see at night. A must for anyone who visits the place is a desert safari, if possible, try to go on a camel to the sand dunes. Its not an experience you get every other day! When you wake up in the middle of the night, you would find the sky filled with stars- a sight you can never manage in polluted urban life.” Read Full Review

3. Goa: Take a sunset cruise in Vagator Beach to see the crimson red sun

Goa: Take a sunset cruise in Vagator Beach to see the crimson red sun
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Aniruddha Das adds, “The evenings are full of life with lots of bars, sunset cruises, dancing, and pleasant weather.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Vivek Sharma says, “Patnem beach offers amazing sunset view. Patnem Beach resides in South Goa territory of Goa. One of the most peaceful beaches. We could see mainly foreign tourists here. It has little less shacks and hotel option as compared to Palolim beach which is more crowded. ” Read Full Review

4. Udaipur: Lake Pichola boat ride for a for a stunning sunset

Udaipur: Lake Pichola boat ride for a for a stunning sunset
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Lake | Palace | Sunset | Boat Ride

HolidayIQ Reviewer Navneeth Chidambaram says, “One good look at the view gets your eyes attention especially during sunset you end up falling in love with the lake. Nature purely at its best!!” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Ami Bhat adds, “The gorgeous colors of the lake during the sunset, the lovely boat ride and the serene feeling that you get when you are here definitely added up to make Udaipur the highlight of my trip. Go in for the sunset boat ride rather than the day one for the changing colors of the water are what will make your day.” Read Full Review

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5. Pachmarhi: Rajendra Giri Park for an astounding sunset view

Pachmarhi: Rajendra Giri Park for an astounding sunset view
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Hill | Nature | Sunset | Forest

HolidayIQ Reviewer Alip ray adds, “We visited Mahadeo and Rajendra Giri. We again enjoyed a beautiful sunset from Rajendra Giri. Sunset in Dhoopgarh was an awesome experience and we all enjoyed the typical beauty of Satpura range. Pachmarhi is a mystic hill station where nature and Hindu mysticism go hand in hand. I think all kinds of travellers will love this place, there is plenty to see in Pachmarhi, ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Manan Shah adds, “The Rajendra Giri Park is a really soothing place for people like me who are busy in their hustle bustle of city life. The gardens and the flowers are simply superb with so many varieties. You can have an astonishing view of the sunset from here.” Read Full Review

6. Port Blair: Chidiya Tapu for a sunset with melodious birds

Port Blair: Chidiya Tapu for a sunset with melodious birds
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Sea | Beach | Sunset | Nature

HolidayIQ Reviewer Aniruddha Basu adds, “A memorable sunset at Chidiya Tapu. Andamans Chidiya Tapu is a beautiful village near Port Blair. We went there mainly to watch the sunset and listen to the chirping of the birds returning to their nests. I must say that had we not gone there we would have missed one of the best sunsets we have ever visualised in our life. ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Carmalin Sophie adds, “Beautiful sunset. We landed in Corbyn's Cove in one of those evenings we stayed in Port Blair. The colors of the sky were amazing. We could see a beautiful sunset. We saw people trying out the water scooter (cheaper than Havelock). Since it drizzled a little, we saw a perfect beautiful rainbow.” Read Full Review

7. Gokarna: Om beach your DSLR will love the sunset here

Gokarna: Om beach your DSLR will love the sunset here
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Beach | Sea | Sunset | Calm

HolidayIQ Reviewer Jaishrie Bhattacharya says, “Gokarna - peaceful destination.  It is a small place with hills surrounding the sea. Sunrise and sunset both are amazing. Early morning walks to the beach was awesome when you can hear the sound of the waves, birds chirping and the trees slowly swinging due to the wind.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Seema adds, “A private beach with a beautiful sunrise and sunset view. This place is simply out of the world. It's almost like a private beach. Paradise Cafe is open all seasons and the view from this place is amazing. Get good food too. Can spend the entire day here peacefully, it's just beautiful.” Read Full Review

8. Hampi: For scenic views Sunset point Hemakuta ?

Hampi: For scenic views Sunset point Hemakuta ?
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History | Architecture | Hill | Sunset

HolidayIQ Reviewer Deepak Deepu shares, “Go behind the temple near the river and spend some time after visiting the temple, I am sure you will be awestruck. Don't miss the sunset. ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Prakash Manjrekar says, “Convenient place for observing the sunrise and sunset Nearby Virupaksha Temple - South of the temple rises Hemakuta Hill, a huge, sloping rock. It is also a convenient place for observing the sunrise and sunset. This area is known as the Sacred Center.” Read Full Review

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9. Digha: Digha beach, the sun and the sea have beautiful chemistry

Digha: Digha beach, the sun and the sea have beautiful chemistry
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Sea | Weekend | Fish | Sunset

HolidayIQ Reviewer Abhijit Pal adds, “The sun sets in the horizon to make a spectacular sunset. With the Casurina forest in the background and the blue sky makes an excellent combination. Do not get misguided by the red color of sand – those are the color of crabs, who take time off to take sun-bath. However, if you want to see those from near, they dig deep in the sand and vanish from sight.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Tanmoy Biswas shares, “ The environment was fantastic. I can't describe in one word that how I felt there. The best time to spent there was the sunset-time. I suggest that New Digha is an awesome place for those who love the sea.” Read Full Review

10. Calangute: For a sunset view like no other head to Britto's!

Calangute: For a sunset view like no other head to Britto's!
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Beach | Water Sports | Sea | Sunset

HolidayIQ Reviewer Mihir Oswal shares, “Beautiful sunset view. A trip to Goa is incomplete without visiting this beautiful beach! The beach is one of the most crowded in Goa with both National and International tourists visiting in abundance! There are plenty of really good shacks as well some being open 24 hours during peak seasons and some weekends! The sunset you see from here is mesmerizing. I prefer going to Brittos just chilling and enjoying the evening. ” Read Full Review

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