Luanda, the capital city of Angola, is one of the major attractions of this fascinating land. Located in a bay, it is the main port and offers superb beaches and islands with musical names like Ilha do Mussulo, Ilha de Luanda and Palmeirinhas. Here you have a choice of water sports, nightclubs or cinemas; or you can visit the historical fortress, or the National Anthropology Museum and the National Museum of Slavery.
Luanda, the capital city of Angola, is one of the major attractions of this fascinating land. Located in a bay, it is the main port and offers superb beaches and islands with musical names like Ilha do Mussulo, Ilha de Luanda and Palmeirinhas.
The park’s western border is formed by 120km of breathtakingly beautiful coastline, and on the north and south it is defined by the Cuanza and Longa rivers. Established in 1938, Kissama was initially home to a large variety of species.
Lubango is the capital city of the Angolan province of Huíla. Its last known population was 100,757. Until 1975, the city’s official name was Sá da Bandeira.
Linking Lubango with Namibia is the famous Serra de Leba mountain pass. Spiralling its way up the mountain to a height of 1 845m above sea level and dropping 1 000m via a succession of precipitous switchbacks
Sprawled over 15 150km2, this is the largest national park in the country. Bordered to the west by the Atlantic Ocean.
Lobito is a town and municipality in Benguela Province in Angola. It is located on the Atlantic Coast north of Catumbela Estuary.
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Namibe is the capital city of Namibe Province in modern-day Angola. It is a coastal desert city located in southwestern Angola and was founded in 1840 by the Portuguese colonial administration.
Jamba is a town in Angola, located in the southeastern province of Cuando Cubango, just north of the Namibian border along the Caprivi Strip.
Malanje is the capital city of Malanje Province in Angola with a population of approximately 222,000. It is located 380 kilometres east of Angola’s capital Luanda.