Angola's main attraction is its nature, including the ocean coast, the rainforest, the savanna. One cannot but mention the unique Namib Desert, located in the southern part of the country, which stands out against the background of more welcoming places. Of great interest to tourists are the national parks, which now receive care and attention from the government of the country and could become a real decoration of Angola.

Of the country's remarkable architecture one can distinguish the colonial buildings of the capital city Luanda. However, the layout of the city combines various styles. Among the most popular places visited by tourists one can name thw Angola Museum and the Museum of Dundo. These two great museums have gathered a rich ethnographic collection of the history of the country.

As a rule, of increased interest for tourists is the fortress of the 17th century, San Miguel, built by the Portuguese, as well as the majestic building of the University.

Most tourists are attracted to Angola and its natural attractions. This African state can boast having almost 1,600 kilometers of ocean beaches and exuberant tropical forests. In the areas, free of war and ethnic conflicts, the unique tribes have preserved. They still live close to the Stone Age, which attracts numerous ethnographic expeditions and fans of 'green' tourism. The cultural sights are not numerous because of many years of war and the fact that for five centuries millions of residents of Angola had been evacuated to the American continent and sold into slavery.

Luanda has been the capital of Angola since colonial times. The city is famous for its colonial architecture buildings and mosaic cobbled pavements. The city is known for a delightful and charming mix of styles and periods in the planning. Quite popular among the tourists is the Museum of Angola with a remarkable ethnographic collection. Other sights include colonial buildings of the University and the Portuguese fort of San Miguel. The travelers would be quite satisfied with the beauty of the Angolan nature, its peculiar charm and variety of wildlife, including flocks of exotic birds.

In Namib region, the sea, the desert and the savanna meet each other, creating a breathtaking landscape and probably the best climate on the Angolan coast. Namib Desert itself is a perfect place for hunting, while the nearby coast has the most spectacular beaches surrounded by sand dunes, which are chosen by fans of sandy slalom and considered some of the best in the world.

Tombva is a major city on the coast of Namib region, the second largest population center in the country and the largest fishing port in the region. Every day, hundreds of ships depart from here into the sea for fishing, and tourists can join the sailors and get acquainted with their craft. In fact, deep-sea fishing off the coast of Namib is one of the most vivid impressions of Angola. One can bet that the majority of tourists have tried this type of vacation.

County Bibala is a beautiful natural area known for its mineral waters with a strong medicinal effect. In the city of Benguela one can find some of the best preserved colonial forts in Africa, built here in the 16th century to protect the then flourishing slave trading region.

Unfortunately, the territory of Angola, which has just survived years of civil war, is quite dangerous to the free movement of tourists. However, in the places, where there were no clashes on ethnic grounds, some tribes are still living as their ancestors lived in the Stone Age. Ethnographic expeditions often come to study their way of life, and this part of Africa can surely become one of the centers of ecological tourism in future.

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