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Cangandala National Park

Cangandala Park is ranked as the smallest national park in Angola covering only 600sq km.  It is drained by the Cuije River on the northern boundary and Cuaza river tributaries in the east and west. It was first recognized as a game reserve in 1963 but gained national park status in June 1970. It is sometimes referred to as Malange

Iona National Park

Iona National Park is situated in the southwest corner of Angola and constitutes the northern tip of the Namib in a section known as the Moçâmedes Desert, the oldest desert in the world. Iona is contiguous with Skeleton Coast National Park in Namibia, which is also contiguous with Namib-Naukluft National Park, creating one of the largest trans-frontier conservation area’s (TFCA)

Dala Waterfalls

Situated in Lunda Sol, the Dala Waterfalls are about 60m high and conjure a spectacular scene with the mist and spray created from the crashing of the water on the rocks below. The waterfalls can be comfortably viewed from a bridge near the base of the falls or, for those who truly love the scene, a hotel is built only

Dilolo Lake

Dilolo Lake is the largest lake in Angola. It is located in Moxico Province. It is the largest lake in the country and serves as an important tourist spot. Despite being situated just outside of the Cameia Park boundaries, the lake is teeming with wildlife including rare bird species and aquatic life. The lake is an impressive 12km in length

Maiombe Forest

Cabinda is an exclave and province of Angola, a status that has been disputed by several political organizations in the territory. The capital city is also called Cabinda, known locally as Tchiowa. The province is divided into four municipalities—Belize, Buco-Zau, Cabinda and Cacongo. Cabinda is separated from the rest of Angola by a narrow strip of territory belonging to the Democratic

Ship Cemetery

About 30 minutes’ drive North of Luanda, Angola, is an otherworldly sight: A barren beach with as many as 50 rusting ships on or near the shore. It’s like being on the set of a post-apocalyptic Hollywood thriller. Some of the ships are close enough that you can wade out to them at low tide, while others are further out

Cabo Ledo

Cabo Ledo is a cape that forms a wide cove located in the province of Luanda, in the heart of Quissama National Park, in Angola. Nearby is the town and commune of Cabo ledo, which belongs to the municipality of Quissama. 120 km south of the city of Luanda, the amplitude of the clear water beaches of Cabo Ledo, the beauty


In the middle of the Namibe desert, on paths that can only be reached with eyes accustomed to nothing, thousands of figures cover hills and stones. The rock paintings by Tchitundo-Hulo are a fingerprint of the people who inhabited these lands long before the arrival of the Bantu. We turned the compass to the south. Looking for answers. Many, many years

Curoca Hills

Colinas do Curoca, or Valley of the spirits as it is also known, it is a quiet and isolated place between the cities of Namibe and Tombwa. One of the most inspiring places to photograph in Namibe province. To get to this place you will have to travel from Luana to the capital of the Province of Namibe, Moçamedes, and from

Lagoon Of Arches

In Namibe Province, between the cities of Namibe and Tombwa, on the right bank of the Curoca River, is one of the most emblematic icons of Angolan nature, the arc lagoon. Just about 20 km from the sea coast, it stretches over a strip of more than 10 km, on the edge of the Curoca estuary, in an area where the