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Traveladvisor in Angola: There are currently no National Tourism Organisation.
A search leads to the Angola Embassy in South Africa
How is the weather in Angola?
Embassy writes about tourism on their website:
Angola is a country with different climates, landscapes, cultures and diversified Flora and Fauna and it’s tourism industry is based on the country’s natural beauty, including its rivers, waterfalls and scenic coastline full of sandy beaches. he average temperature in the country varies between 17° to 27 ° Celsius degrees.
In terms of Climate, the weather in Angola has two seasons: rainy, warm period that occurs between the months of September to May, and the dry season, locally known as Cacimbo. The Cacimbo or dry season is less hot and it runs from May to September. The country has a geographic location for being in the inter-tropical and sub-tropical Southern Hemisphere, to be near the sea.
In addition to its climatic diversity, Angola has a natural heritage made up of a rich flora and fauna which makes the country in a potential touristic destination for the practice of all sorts of leisure activities, hobbies and adventures.Angola has a dozen of unique amazing landscapes among them the Kalandula Waterfalls and the Black Rocks of Pungo-a-Ndongo in Malanje province, the Leba Mountain scenic pass and the Tundavala Gap in Huila Province as well as the Moon Viewpoint and the Kwanza River mouth in Luanda province.
In Angola are known numerous species scattered across several regions, which include the iconic Giant Sable Antelope of Angola (Palanca Negra Gigante) found in Kangandala Park and Luando Natural Reserve, in Malanje province. In the forest of Maiombe, Cabinda province live assorted kind of wild species including gorillas, chimpanzees and exotic birds, including parrots.
Angola has five types of natural areas, dense rainforest and the like Maiombe that contains the most rare woods in the world, the savannas, usually associated with forests such as the Lunda, the dry savannas with trees or shrubs in Luanda , downtown Kassanje and certain areas of Lunda. There are still areas of steppe along a track that has a beginning south of Sumbe and finally, the desert that occupies a narrow coastal strip in the extreme south, where we can find in the Namib Desert and Welwitchia Mirabilis plant.