Angola - Travel and Tourism
Angola has had a history of slavery and civil wars, but today the country enjoys a general sense of redevelopment and progress.
Located in northwestern Angola, Kissama National Park was the site of a massive rehabilitation project called Operation Noah’s Ark.
The weather varies throughout the country, so be sure to check out forecasts for the specific region you plan on visiting.
Make sure your passport is valid for six months past your last day in Angola and that there are two blank consecutive pages available for the visa.
There is no better way to experience the diversity and richness of Africa’s people, cultures, and landscapes than through video.
The U.S. Department of State’s consular website has a great deal of information about safety and security in Angola.
The capital, Luanda, is also the country’s largest city and is located on its western coast.
There are numerous museums located in Luanda, including the Angola Museum (which contains Angola's historical archives).