Best Places to Watch the Sunset in America
In 2016, the summer solstice falls on June 20th, marking the longest period of daylight we’ll see all year. In honor of summer’s long, languid days, we thought we’d compile a list of the best sunsets in the United States. Although a sunset can be beautiful almost anywhere, some places offer a particularly spectacular view.
Laguna Beach, CA
This seaside town in Orange County, California is home to breathtaking, panoramic sunsets, and its unbroken horizon draws spectators each night.
Tybee Island, GA
Located just 18 miles east of Savannah, Tybee Island is rich in natural beauty. It’s home to three miles of uninterrupted public beach, which just so happen to be a great place to watch the sun go down. You can also embark on a sunset cruise with Captain Mike’s Dolphin Tours for an even more immersive experience.
Grand Canyon, AZ
Perhaps this is a no-brainer: if you’re looking for the most spectacular sunset in the United States, start in a place that’s spectacular to begin with. The views of the Grand Canyon are magnificent all throughout the day, but the sunsets are life-changing. Hopi Point is a good place to take in the view.
Key West, FL
Key West is home to beautiful sunsets, and that’s part of the reason for the island’s Sunset Celebration, a nightly arts festival held at Mallory Square Dock featuring a range of arts and crafts, street performers, and attractions.
Mount Haleakala, HI
Located on the island of Maui, Mount Haleakala is Hawaii’s highest peak—the name actually means “house of the sun” in Hawaiian. It stands 10,000 feet high among the clouds, and the sunsets are unforgettable. You’ll watch the sun’s rays through the clouds, turning them crimson, before finally disappearing into the ocean.
Many individuals and local authorities have already jumped on the opportunity to remind users to drive safely. There are even signs popping up on highways to encourage safer driving.
Luckily, there are tools out there to help the tech-obsessed (or the poke-obsessed) improve their driving. One of our favorites is an app called TrueMotion Family! The app analyzes your driving in order to provide you with a score - and insights as to how you drive. It's perfect for parents who want to monitor their teen drivers. The app gives parents the power to see where their kids drive, and produces a 'report card' on their driving in addition to an assessment of whether they were driving distracted (using their cell phone). Plus, families have access to roadside assistance on-demand from right within the TrueMotion app.
I don’t remember Ash, Misty, or Brock driving cars in their quest to be the very best, like no one ever was. And there aren’t vehicles any in PokemonGO. At Urgent.ly, we love the game and just like you, we’re prepared to travel across the land searching far and wide to catch 'em all, but we encourage you to put safety first in your travels! Remember that the power of Pokemon is awesome in augmented reality but automobiles are a powerful tool meant for use in the real world and require optimum focus to operate safely. In a world we must defend, you can start by driving safely, and catch and train ‘em all when you’re not operating a vehicle.