If you’re visiting Grand Canyon in Arizona, USA, there’s no way you could pass up on the opportunity to view the Grand Canyon sunset. As other tourists would tell you, it’d be one of the most surreal experiences in your life. To make sure that you don’t miss it, get your hands on the publication called “The Guide”. This is where you’ll find the schedule for sunrise and sunset including dates and times.
One of the best places for viewing the sunset is the Yavapai Point, where the sunset is brilliant red with an incredible colorful reflection on the layers of rocks below. Other sunset viewing spots include Yaki, Pima, Lupan and Hopi points. Arrive at least 90 minutes before the sunset schedule, and stay for 10 minutes more after the sun has set.Image Source: visitsouthernutah.com