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Wonderful Places in Angola Worth Visiting

Let’s travel to Angola – the Portuguese country in southwest Africa, near the Atlantic Ocean. 

The country where the Portuguese language is crowned and the African Bantu culture is mixed with the Portuguese because of Angola even about 400 m. belonged to Portugal. 

There is an interesting cultural mix of these two countries.

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#1 Luanda

Luanda, the capital of Angola, is a rapidly growing city full of contrasts. It is one of the most expensive cities in the world.

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#2 Mausoleum of Agostinho Neto

This is the final resting place of the first president of Angola. It has both an interesting astonishing view from the outside and inside.

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#3 The Tunda Vala Fissure

It is one of the most spectacular sights in Angola, settled between the cities of Namibe and Lubango. The top views from over there are spectacular.

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#4 Dala Waterfalls

The Dala Waterfalls are near 60 m high and their spectacular views can be comfortably seen from a bridge near the base of the falls.

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#5 Kissama National Park

The Parque Nacional de Kissama is just a 70 km ride south from Luanda. It is a wildlife sanctuary that protects and preserves many African species.

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#6 Malange, Black Stones

It takes about 15 minutes to climb two sets of stairs to a small and safe belvedere of those giant black stones in order to see an amazing view. People pray there and leave small stones on the praying spot.

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#7 Kalandula Falls

Kalandula falls are the second biggest falls in Angola. Spectacular view. 

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#8 Iona National Park

It is the largest national park in Angola, in Namibe Province. Iona national park is known for its wild dunes, vast plains, rough mountains, and cliffs.

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#9 The Arch Lagoon

It is located in Tombwa. The Arch Lagoon is famous for the amazing various rock formations.

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#10 Miradouro da Lua

It’s the original place where sand takes surprising shapes. It is worth seeing at sunset when the orange and beige colors come out best.

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