Information about Angola: Angola, officially the Republic of Angola is a country in Southern Africa. It is the seventh-largest country in Africa, bordered by Namibia to the south, the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north, Zambia to the east, and the Atlantic Ocean to west. The exclave province of Cabinda borders the Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The capital & largest city of Angola is Luanda with a population of approx. 2,6 million (2020). Read More...

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Kalandula Falls are waterfalls in the municipality of Kalandula, Malanje Province, Angola. On the Lucala River, the falls are 105 meters high and 400 meters wide. They are one of the largest waterfalls by volume in Africa. The distance from Luanda is 360 km.

Quiçama, or Kissama, National Park is on the west coast of Angola, in Southern Africa. The park consists of coastal savannah with baobab trees, grasslands and mangroves. North is the Cuanza River. The Longa River is south. After the Angolan Civil War…

Miradouro da Lua is a cluster of cliffs 40 km south of Luanda , in the municipality of Samba , Angola.Over time, erosion caused by wind and rain has created the lunar -type landscape we find today. The Miradouro da Lua is a must stop for those traveling from Luanda to Barra do Cuanza or to the beaches of Cabo Ledo .

Baia dos Tigres or Great Fish Bay is a bay in Angola. It is located in the Namibe Province. It once had a small peninsula on its eastern side, with its isthmus in the south and a well established fishing village named Tigres. The ocean broke through the isthmus of the peninsula in 1962 and the water line was severed.

Praia da Caotinha beach is situated in Angola, a country in Central Africa. Praia da Caotinha is a much smaller beach, extending only 400 meters. It lies only 10 kilometers away from the city Centre. Its terrain is a combination of sand as well as rocks. With very clear and calm water, it is recommended spot for those interested in fishing done underwater.

The Cuanza River, also known as the Coanza, the Quanza, and the Kwanza, is a river in Angola. It empties into the Atlantic Ocean just south of the national capital Luanda. Angola’s first biodiversity tally of the Kwanza River has so far found 50 fish species.

Tundavala Gap is a viewpoint in the rim of the great escarpment called Serra da Leba. It is located some 18 km from the city of Lubango, in Huíla province, Angola. The escarpment marks the western limit of Bié Plateau. It is located some 18 km from the city of Lubango, in Huíla province, Angola.


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