Trip Planning FAQs
What are the highlights of Angola?
Luanda, Angola’s capital, boasts towering skyscrapers, expansive beaches, historic and culturally integrated landmarks, and the bustling nightlife.
Kissama National Park, Angola’s principal national wildlife park with a great diversity of animals, is the best place to enjoy a safari in Angola.
Kalandula Falls, a spectacular horseshoe-shaped waterfall on the Lucara River in Angola, is the second largest waterfall in Africa. They are major attractions for local and international nature lovers.
Namibe Desert, known as the oldest desert on earth, is a spectacular expanse of sand dunes and rock formations.
Benguela is also one of the most important tourist destinations in Angola, with beautiful beaches in Lobito, bright sunshine, abundant water sports, and historic places.
What language is spoken in Angola?
The official language is Portuguese, which is spoken all over the country. Many tribal languages are spoken in the countryside. All our tour packages come with an English-speaking driver guide.
Is it safe to take an Angola tour?
Angola used to have a high crime rate, but it has made great strides in recent years and security for tourists has been improved. It is still recommended that you book an all-inclusive tour package in advance, which will provide you with safe hotels, car and driver services. It is the best choice for traveling around Angola.
How to get to and travel around Angola?
The fastest and easiest way to travel in Angola is by air. The Angolan Airline TAAG offers routes connecting all major cities.
It is also easy to travel by train in Angola and trains are punctual, but not every destination can be reached by train. Many trains are modern, and snacks and drinks are sold during the journey, but sleeping and air conditioning are still poor.
In comparison, joining a tour will be more relaxing and convenient, and a comfortable vehicle will be arranged for you. A dedicated driver guide will tailor a perfect route to your needs without missing any highlights.