ANGOLA IS ONE OF TODAY'S NEW TOURIST DESTINATIONS


Angola is a country in southern Africa with an area of 1,276,700 km2. Its nature, wild animals and marine life, astounding plant life and sweet and happy people make Angola a blessed lend, with welcomes everyone who wants to work, rest, get treated in the medicinal waters or visit unusually places with amazing landscapes in these unforgettable lands.


With a coastline of 1,650km, with unexpectedly warm waters, fine white sand beaches stretching as the eye can see and some of the most interesting marine plants on the African continent –Angola offers a never – ending string of unique moments spent in a tropical subtropical climate, with average temperatures of 27ºc, which are perfect for many water sports.


Angola’s majestic rivers, which can be navigated along hundreds of kilometers and have a rich variety of river plants, along their length pass by spectacular landscapes filled with waterfalls and rapids, sinuous eddies and pools, which are visited by many species of bird and shaded by a variety of trees that are typical of those places, as well as virgin and awe-inspiring tropical forests, savannahs…


The country as set up dozens of protected areas such as national parks, partial reservations, forest reservations and hunt reserves, where you can see the beauty of the greenery and charms animal kingdom, which only the African climate and landscape can offer–chirping of the birds, the roar of lions, the noise of herds of zebra, elephants, antelope, the leaps of cheetahs and leopards, the slithering reptiles and the view of crocodiles napping and hippopotamus bathing.


But the official animals are the Giant Black Antelope, the image which is the logo of the national airline and is printed in some national currency notes.

Historical monuments are signs of Angola’s long past. Its cave paintings from the Neolithic period and caves in Namibe province, which also have the contrast of the sea and the vastness of the rare desert flower, Welwitchia Mirabilis. The medicinal waters of Wuaco Kungo and the stalagmites of the Sumbe caves–offer a calm and organized visit.


The liveliness of its capital, Luanda, and the business boom that has attracted the rest of the world and fill comfortable hotels and fill their days with work, visits or at the beach, both in and outside the city, and nights at good restaurants by the sea or around the city with fine service and food, which is either typically Angolan or European and which are always open ready to serve at any time. The night life is known for its rhythm and spots full of life lived at a national or foreign rhythm.


The light of dawn and dusk that attract our eyes have so often been the inspiration of poetry and prose. The arts of writing, singing, acting and painting are alive and well in the Angola and many prizes are awarded to all good and new artists.

But Angola is much more than this especially on its people who live in a state of constant generosity, happiness and spontaneity, which they communicate to anyone who visits the country. For all this, Angola is becoming one of the most promising tourists’ destinations.