We know, we know. Selecting a sunset that is second to none is like trying to choose your favourite snowflake in a blizzard. They're all different, and the choice is a wholly personal one. But, that said, some places are legendary for their spectacular sunsets. Manila Bay in the Philippines is one of those. The Valle de la Luna in Chile's Atacama Desert is another. Here scores of travellers climb an enormous sand dune every evening to see the spectacular volcanic landscape drenched in vivid pinks, oranges and purples. Unforgettable.
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