Angola

Tour Angola

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Nuno Almeida
Kalandula Waterfalls On Lucala River
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Angola

Angola is a land of natural beauty, with highlights that include soaring mountains, thundering waterfalls, and pristine wildlife reserves. Whether you're looking for an adrenaline-pumping adventure or simply a chance to relax and take in the stunning scenery, Angola has something to offer.

For those who love the great outdoors, Angola's mountainous regions provide plenty of opportunity for hiking and camping. The country's most famous peak is Mount Moco, which soars to a height of 2,620 meters (8,583 feet). There are also several impressive waterfalls, including the Cascades de Kwanza, which drop 96 meters (315 feet) into a deep gorge.

Angola's wildlife reserves are home to a variety of animals, including elephants, lions, and gorillas. The Quiçama National Park is the largest in the country and home to over 1,000 different species of plants. Visitors can also enjoy bird watching at one of Angola's many wetlands or rainforests.

So if you're looking for an amazing African adventure, be sure to add Angola to your list! With its natural beauty and abundance of activities, you're sure to have a trip you'll never forget.

Total land area (km2)
1,246,700
Total land area (km2)
Population (as of 2020)
32,866,272
Population (as of 2020)
Capital city
Luanda
Capital city
Currency
Angolan kwanza (AOA)
Currency
Best time to tour Angola
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Tolerable
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Highest temperature
21.55
°C
Temperature (Avg)
precipitation
1,010
mm
Precipitation (Avg)

Geeky Facts about Angola

Fact 1

Portuguese is Angola’s Official Language.

Fact 2

Their main dance is the Semba.

Fact 3

Luanda is known as the " Paris of Africa" due to the city's sophisticated culture and atmosphere.

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