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Explore the fascinating capital city of Angola on a small-group tour of Luanda that goes from historic landmarks to the beautiful Bay of Luanda. Traveling through Luanda with a local guide means you'll learn about each place you pass, as you stroll 4th of February Avenue, dine on traditional cuisine in the Chicala neighborhood, then see where the Republic of Angola was founded in 1975. With pickup and drop-off at Luanda hotels, this tour includes lunch and all transport.
Get to know all the major attractions of the city. On this day trip culture and history are united. Discover the Marginal, the monument of Agostinho Neto, the Parliament and many more attractions. Angola's rich history reflects multifaceted in architecture, as well as in people.
Today, our tour will begin in Luanda and from there we will head to Lubango. Lubango is a small town and by far the most beautiful in Angola. Lubango is a city that belongs to Huila, a province of Angola. Characterized by the big mountains, "green zone", of verdant savannah and forest, and also occasionally a rainy place with a temperate climate, which offers us plenty of waterfalls and rivers to enjoy en route!Like others places in Lubango, besides natural landscapes, we will also learn about the culture & history. We will visit historic places like churches and museums en route, while enjoying the people and places themselves in the living museum that is all around you on this trip. Next, we will head to Namibe before our overland journey back to Luanda.It is important to note that this is a budget tour, not luxury. Accommodation is comfortable and 2 or 3 star hotels are used on this tour.
This tour is a really great scope of Angola packed into 12 days. You get a great feel for different provinces and areas of Angola without feeling rushed and you'll be able to simply enjoy the ride. Although it is hard to cram so much into 12 days, this is truly a great sampler. These 12 days will take you from Luanda to Lubango where you can see beautiful landscapes such as the Tundavala Slit and more. You'll find yourself in awe of local tribes visited, relaxing in the sea side town of Lobito in Benguela Province, and ultimately end up on a little safari.It is important to note that this is a budget tour, not a luxury tour. We offer comfortable 2 or 3 star hotels during the tour.
The Praia dos Surfistas (“Surfers Beach”) in Cabo Ledo is the best beach in Angola to practice and learn surfing. It is a wonderful escape to the beach from Luanda and leaves you feeling rejuvenated, or a little sore from all that surfing/yoga!
Benguela is the one of most beautiful provinces of Angola, situated in the central west region, with a dry tropical climate confined by Atlantic Ocean.While in Benguela, we're able to visit historic places in colonial history, superb beaches, winding interior rivers, national parks, and excellent Angolan dance at pulsing night clubs. Our tour will include a boat ride and a little safari. It is important to note that this is a budget tour and not luxury. Comfortable 2 or 3 star hotels are used during the tour.
Today you'll have the opportunity to enjoy some delicious Angolan cuisine at a beautiful restaurant, while absorbing plenty of history and culture. Our day will include a visit to Saint Michael Fortress, a spot that is packed with history, and we will finish the day with a Capoeira Workshop.
If you only have one week in Angola, this is the tour for you.Our Essential Odyssey includes the highlights of Angola including; Kalandula Falls, Pedras Negras, Cachoeiras Falls, Kissama National Park, and more.
About 35km north of Angola's capital, Luanda, lies a stretch of beach that is an eerie resting place for 20 + derelict and rusting ships. Known by locals as Praia da Santiago, or Praia do Sarico, the 2.5km stretch of beach is better known as Shipwreck Beach or Karl Marx Beach, named after the biggest shipwreck on the beach.