Sunsets, I love them. There’s something special about saying goodbye to the sun, seeing it disappear into the ocean… There’s a magical feeling in the air and you just stand there, gazing over the sea, waiting to see the beauty of yet another sunset. Colors, colors, colors.
When we were in the Maldives in the end of December 2018, I saw some of the most beautiful sunsets I’ve ever seen! I used to think that California had the most beautiful sunsets on Earth, but now I’m more convinced that Maldives sunsets
We saw our first magnificent Maldives sunset already on our first night, just a few hours after we had landed in Male. We were even lucky enough to catch it while out on the sea, in the speedboat headed to our first destination.
The sky was literally on fire! I’ve never seen anything like it. It was so beautiful, with the burning sky reflecting on the big, empty ocean. Then and there I knew that we’d be seeing some pretty spectacular sunsets during our 12 days in the Maldives.
Fulidhoo – sunset paradise
Man, was I right… The sunsets just kept on getting better, and by the time we were spending 5 days on the little paradise island Fulidhoo, we were totally floored by the beauty of the burning sunsets. None of us had ever seen sunsets like the ones we saw on Fulidhoo, the island we now not only call a “paradise” but a “sunset paradise”.
6 pm, the magic hour
When we were there, at the end of December, the sun was setting at approximately 6 pm every day. The sun would start
But it wasn’t just orange, it was 50 shades of orange. I’ve in fact never seen so many shades of orange! It was even “
Long story short: if you would like to see the most beautiful sunsets in the world, visit the Maldives and make sure to be outside by the ocean every night from 5:30 pm, to about 6:45 pm. Oh and hey, bring your camera!