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Top 10 places for travel & vacation in Angola.

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1.Miradouro da Lua
Miradouro da Lua is a rock formation in Angola. The rocks resemble the lunar surface and were formed by the erosion of wind and rain. Miradouro da Lua is a compulsory stop for those who depart from Luanda to Barru do Coonzu or to the beaches of Cabo Ledo. Miradouro da Lua is considered the most visited tourist destination in Angola.
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2.Kalandula Falls
Kalandula Falls - waterfalls on the Lukala River, the tributary of Kwanza, in the province of Malange in Angola. Nearby is the city of the same name. The height of the waterfall is 105 m, width is 400 m. The waterfall of Kalandula is one of the most famous natural attractions in the country, but still little-known beyond its borders. One of the highest waterfalls in Africa.
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3.Serra da leba
Serra da - Leba is a mountainous terrain with stunning roads made by several knowledgeable engineers in Angola. The altitude above sea level is 2620 m. The road has as many as 56 curves of bends. This place is surrounded by an amazing nature - thickets of mango trees and spectacular waterfalls, in which, incidentally, you can swim. Serra da Leba is one of the most recognizable sights of Angola, as it is here that the road runs in the form of a serpentine connecting the mountainous terrain of Lubango with the city on the Atlantic coast of Namibe.
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4.Pungo Andongo
Black rocks on Pungo Andongo are rock formations that have a mysterious nature of education in Pungo Andongo in Angola. Many rocks resemble the shape of animals. Also in this region you can find many waterfalls and rivers. Here lies the cache of the international geocaching community. The rocks of Pungo Andongo, giant black monoliths are associated with many legends of tribes. Further south is the Luanda Reserve, and in the north the Milando Reserve.
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5.Quiçama National Park
Quiçama National Park is the national park of Angola. The park is located on the coast, the north-western border of it forms the estuary of the river Kwanza. The park includes mangroves in the estuary of the Kwanza River, flood meadows and palm islands on the river, marshes and sandy banks of the river, meadows on a plateau and woodlands in the eastern part of the park. On the islands there is a palm tree of raffia, for the eastern part of the park adanesony and acacia are characteristic. The fauna of the park is represented by 44 species of mammals, 66 species of reptiles and 22 species of amphibians. In the park are such mammals as the African manatee (in the lower reaches of the river), a hyena dog, a cheetah (rare species) and a lion. In the early 1970s, a large colony of the elephant was planted in the park. In addition, sea turtles nest on the coast. 186 species of birds were recorded in the park, including rare species, including those with a limited range.
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6.Iona National Park
Iona National Park is the national park of Angola, located in the southwestern part of Namibe province between the trigger rivers, along which the northern border of the park passes, and Cunene. The park includes the mouth of the Cunene River and Baia dos Tigres Bay. The length of the coastline is about 200 km. Together with Namib-Naukluft National Park and Skeleton National Park in Namibia, the park protects the coast with a total length of 1200 km and the Namib desert. The park is inhabited by such large mammals as the black rhinoceros, the mountain zebra (Equus zebra hartmannae), impala (Aepyceros melampus petersi), the hyena dog, the brown hyena, the cheetah and the lion. The park is inhabited by birds characteristic of the Namib desert and Namib-Karoo and Kalahari-Highveld biomes. 114 species of birds were recorded in the park.
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7.São Martinho dos Tigres
Sao Martinho dos Tigres - islands 10 km off the coast of Angola. Even in 1950 there lived about 1 500 people, it is now a ghost town with dilapidated infrastructure. Why do people leave the island is unknown.
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8.Ruacana Falls
By ImperatoM CC3
Ruacana Falls - a waterfall on the river Cunene, in the southwestern part of Africa. The Ruacana falls is in the middle reaches of the Cunene, near the town of Ruacan in northern Namibia. At the location of the waterfall, the river Kunene is the state border between Angola and Namibia. The height of the fall of the water is 124 meters, the width of the river here (at full water level) is 695 meters.
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9.Fortress of São Miguel
By Erik Cleves Kristensen CC2
Fortress of São Miguel is a Portuguese fort built in Luanda, Angola. Today it houses the Museum of the Armed Forces of Angola. The fortress was built in 1576 by the order of the city's founder and the first governor, Paulo Diaz de Novas, as a massive defensive fortification. It belongs to the government and is in good condition after repair. Responsibility for its preservation and care is the Ministry of Defense and Culture.
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10.Catumbela River
Catumbela River is a river in western Angola, Huambo and Benguela province. It flows into the Atlantic Ocean soon to the south of Lobito, Katumbelos on campus. The main tributaries are: Kuiv (on the right), Kubala (on the left).
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