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Mupa National Park

Mupa National Park is one of Angola’s parks that were gazetted in December 1964. This park is found in Cunene Province and is sometimes referred to as the Cunene River National park. It covers an estimated 660,000 hectares bordered to the north by Colui river and the famous Cunene river occupies much of the western boundary.…

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Bicuar National Park

Formerly game reserve (since 1938), Bicuar National park was gazetted as an Angola national park in December 1964 thus occupies an incredible 790,000 hectares. The park is majorly made up the riverbanks of the Cunene River, sandy hills and river valleys with savannah grassland. The park has several species of plants but the most occurring…

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Kissama National Park

This Angola National park is also referred to as Quissama National park and is one of the most popular National parks that Angola has. Kissama Angola park was first recognized as a game reserve in 1938 and later in January 1957, it became a fully recognized national park. The park covers nearly 9,960 square kilometers making…

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lona National Park

Iona National Park is one of the parks and reserves from the block of protected areas on the Atlantic Ocean coast. This continuous block stretches from the Namibian border parks of Namib-Naukluft National Park and the Skeleton coast National Park both making sections of the vast Namib Desert. Iona Angola Park was gazetted as in 19376…

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Namibe Integral Nature Reserve

Namibe Special Nature reserve is found in the Namibe desert of Angola near the coast to the Atlantic Ocean.  The special reserve was opened to the public in June 1957 and covers an estimated 4, 450 square kilometers. The reserve is largely dominated by the desert sand dunes, rugged hills and mountain peaks and plains that…

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Luando Nature Reserve

This special Angola reserve is located in Malanje province occupying an estimated 828sq km. It was named a nature reserve in April 1938 and later in 1995, it was accorded status as a special Angola Reserve. Luando River, from which the park gets its name, is found on the northern border of the park while Luasso…

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Cameia National Park

Cameia National Park is found in the Moxico province of western Angola. This Park is named after the provincial municipality of Cameia in which it is found. The park occupies an estimated 1445sq km and was established in 1938 as a game reserve. Later in 1957, Cameia was proclaimed a national park.  The park’s eco-system is…

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Cangandala National Park

Cangandala Park is ranked as the smallest national park in Angola covering only 600sq km.  It is drained by the Cuije River on the northern boundary and Cuaza river tributaries in the east and west. It was first recognized as a game reserve in 1963 but gained national park status in June 1970. It is…

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Luanda Angola

Luanda is the largest city in Angola and also it’s the capital city. This former Portuguese capital is located on the Atlantic Ocean coast in north eastern Angola thus making it an important sea port for this diverse country. Luanda is ranked high among Africa’s most expensive cities in Africa thanks to major industrial developments and…

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Angola Travel

Angola is located in south central Africa, also called the Republic of Angola and shares borders with Namibia to the south, Zambia in the east, DR Congo in the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. Angola is trying to reconstruct its self and with this recently embarked development force of rebuilding, there is…

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Food and Dining in Angola

Visiting Angola and Africa as a whole means you are set to explore each and every aspect of the life, landscape and cultures of Angola  people. Ever wondered how food in Angola tastes?  Allow me introduce you some of the tastier Angola Cuisines. Calulu Calulu is a traditional Angolan dish widely consumed in urban and rural zones of…

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Weather in Angola

Angola’s climate is heavily influenced by three local peculiarities; the cool Benguela current that runs to the southern part of the coast,  the rugged mountains in the interior and the presence of the Namib Desert in the south west.   All three play an enormous part in creating distinct Angola Climate of a wet, tropical…

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Accommodation in Angola

Angola is suited on the Western Atlantic Coast of Southern Africa, and it’s acknowledged to be the seventh biggest country in Africa. It occupies an area larger than France along with Spain joined together. The geography of Angola is diverse with hills, large plateau and mountains. Luanda known to be the largest city and also the…

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Beaches of Angola

Angola has picture postcard Beaches  complete with swaying palm trees and white sand and they are one of the  most popular tourist attractions in Angola. With an Atlantic coastline stretching for over 1.650 kms, mighty rivers flow into wide estuaries depositing sediments they have brought with them from the high plateaus to form numerous small…

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Angola Flights

Angola is fond in south central Africa sharing borders with Namibia, Zambia, DR Congo and the Atlantic Ocean. Having undergone decades of civil unrest and war, Angola remains are warm and friendly country you should visit on Angola Africa holidays. Some of the most popular destinations in Angola are Mussulo Island from the west, its sandy…

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Angola Visa

Here is some general information for those who may be planning to travel to Angola. Like for many Africa and world travels, a visa is a must have for entry into some Countries. You’ll thus require an entry visa to Angola in the near term. The Embassies and consular offices in the capital Luanda have…

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Angola National Parks & Reserves

The landscape and the climatic in southern Africa provide Angola tourism and safari with a vast diversity of animal and vegetable species.  It is however one of the few south African countries that are visited despite with wealth ecological system. Landscape In Cabinda, there is dense, humid forestland, rich in exotic woods and the natural habitat…

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Map of Angola

Angola is on the West coast of Southern Africa. During the times of colonialism, Angola one small nation but after November 11, 1975, it became independent and now extends over an area of 1,246,700 Km2. Angola is bordered by Congo-Brazzaville at the Northern province of Cabinda, the Democratic Republic of Congo (former Zaïre) to the North…

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Facts about Angola

Angola is on the West coast of Southern Africa. During the times of colonialism, Angola one small nation but after November 11, 1975, it became independent and now extends over an area of 1,246,700 Km2. Angola is bordered by Congo-Brazzaville at the Northern province of Cabinda, the Democratic Republic of Congo (former Zaïre) to the North…

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Angola Culture and People

Southern Africa is one of the gifted regions when it comes to culture, ethnicity and people. In the same way, Angola is one of the diverse culture countries in Africa. It may be the National Parks in Angola that attract several tourists but the cultures and lifestyle of Angolan is something unique...worthy of discovering!  Thinker …

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Tourist Attractions in Angola

If you have decided you’re visiting to Angola, it’s pretty important for you personally to select the responsible Angola excursion agent to provide help to organize your trip to Angola. Expect the holiday package to include any of the listed  Angola tours here, excursions, Angola flights, Angola hotels and also be responsible for your safety! Angola…

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Angola Tours

Things to do in Angola Angola is one the least countries anyone can ever think of visiting while on Safari in Africa and yet it is among the naturally beautiful countries on this continent and prides in several tourist activities.  the natural beauty of Angola is the leading attraction that draws a very large number of…

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