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Angola Safari

Angola Overview

Kalandula Falls on the Lucala River are one of the largest in Africa

Enjoying an Angola safari holiday can give you one of those unforgettable experiences that will define you for the rest of your life. If you are a curious and brave traveller, you will encounter the perfect combination of beautiful tropical forests and unique desert as you spend your holidays in this amazing African country. And you will simply want to visit Angola again because chances are that the natural beauties will not let you stay away from it too long.

Possibilities are endless in Angola and you can enjoy them within a unique Tour. Unique wildlife mixed with a rich culture and interesting traditions will create the best combination for a perfect holiday in Angola. This country has something for everyone, from the Angola beach where you can relax to the Luanda city where you can get a taste of the local urban lifestyle. You will be able to visit the Foz do Cunene, Baía dos Tigres beach if you are a fan of the ocean waves but you can also check out the Tchitundo-Hulo rock paintings that you can find in the desert. Serra de Leba is a great road to drive on and live to tell the amazing legend that it comes with. Angola hosts many different indigenous cultures including the Himba people (who don’t just live in Namibia and who cross the border freely) and the Ovimbundu. Keep reading and you will find out all you need about these amazing places!

The following guide should provide all the Angola information that you need and offer you a good idea about the kind of holiday you can enjoy in this fascinating African country.

Places to Visit in Angola

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    Foz du Cunene


    Foz de Cunene provides an incredible contrast between lush vegetation and desert. The scenery is marvelous and offers visitors sand dunes, rocky plains, thick riverine vegetation, salt marshes and the ocean, providing a magnificent journey of contrasts. Visitors will meet the Himba people, who bravely live according to their own set of rules and traditions, defying the nation state by crossing freely into Namibia.

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    Serra da Leba


    Serra da Leba Pass is a national landmark in Angola. This breathtaking mountain is known for its waterfall and amazingly steep and winding road ascending from the coastal plain to an altitude of over 6000 feet in just a few Km, traversing 3 or 4 different climate zones during any ascent or descent. 

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    Iona National Park


    Iona national park is getting back to be a paradise for game driving as it was before the civil war. The multitude of wild species such as giraffe, oryx, zebra, gazelle, ostrich, klipspringer, and the quelengue make Iona a great area to visit. Iona is also known for its unique flora – including the stunning Welwitschia Mirabilis (one of the world’s oldest living plants).

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    Luanda


    Luanda is the capital and largest city in Angola, the birthplace of kuduro and kizomba has nightlife and a vibrant restaurant scene - the Ilha do Cabo. From Luanda you can visit Kissama National Park on a day trip or make a long weekend. This natural beauty is around 80km from Luanda.

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    Namibe


    With some of the best beaches of the country, Namibe is known for the crystal clear waters and magnificently maintain old towns. The incomparable beauty of the desert merging with the ocean make Namibe a main tourist attraction, and it’s probably the best area to go shore fishing.

Best Time to Visit Angola

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In Angola you will find a variety of climates and the time you visit it depends on what your intentions are. The North of the country there is a tropical climate that is hot and humid while the closer you get to the South the deeper you dive into the desert part of the country.




  • Right in the middle area of Angola you will find a tropical climate with plenty of rains between October and March.
  • North of Angola has a rain season between September and May while the South area the rain season is typically between December and March.
  • The coldest months in Angola are July and August so if you care for summer days spent in this country, you might want to be prepared for this twist of temperature.

June - September

Overall, the best time to visit Angola is between the cool months of June and September. This timeframe will allow you to experience most of the country as you wish without having many weather related obstacles. So, a summer holiday in Angola seems like the thing to do for adventurous travellers! That said, visitors can comfortably visit Angola year round, they just need to be prepared for more rain and warmer temperatures October - March.

things to do in Angola

WILDLIFE SAFARI

GAME VIEWING

TREKKING

PHOTOGRAPHY

SURFING


CAMPING

CANOEING

FISHING

SCUBA DIVING

CULTURE-TRAVEL

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Things to carry on Angola tours

In order to make your visit to Angola as pleasant and carefree as possible you should have all your basic needs covered. And while these needs are specific to each individual, here is a general list of items that you should consider bringing with you during the Angola holidays:

  • Comfortable shoes (not high heels)
  • Camera and entertaining devices
  • Chargers for all your devices
  • Both long sleeves and short sleeves shirts
  • Casual clothes that can get damaged if it needs to
  • Different pairs of pants
  • Local currency (or exchange at airport)
  • Different pairs of sunglasses and goggles
  • Razors
  • Sunscreen of your choice
  • Insect repellent
  • Any prescription medicines you may need


And what matters the most is your desire to discover new places and understand the amazing culture of Angola!