Cheap Flights to Angola
Angola is a Southern African nation that has a little something for everyone: tropical beaches on the Atlantic coast, a labyrinth of rivers that snake through the jungles and plains, and a Sub-Saharan desert that spans half of the country and crosses its border with Namibia. The Colonial Portuguese influence can be found in both the national language and in Angola's cuisine. Whether you're a business traveler or a vacationer, you'll enjoy this unique African country.
Flights to Angola
When you fly to Angola, you'll land at Quatro De Fevereiro (LAD) in the capital city of Luanda. Major carriers like Delta and British Airways will take you to any of the many European capitals that flies to Angola. From there, you can catch connecting flights to your final destination through South African Airlines, Emirates Airlines, or Air France. The airport also runs a special charter service called SonAir, nicknamed the 'Houston Express,' to help serve the needs of those associated with Angola's growing oil industry. The airport in Luanda also acts as a hub for provincial flights throughout the rest of Angola and Continental Africa.
Car rental facilities from most major companies are located in the city of Luanda itself, but if you reserve a vehicle in advance, the rental agency will arrange pickup at the airport. There are a number of independently owned hotels from budget to luxury within the city limits, which is minutes away from the airport by car.
Attractions in Angola
Beach lovers will feel right at home in Cabo Ledo, where you'll discover one of the best surfing beaches in the world. If you're not one for swimming, snorkeling, or lounging on the expanse of golden sands, beautiful scenery and indigenous wildlife await you in the savannas and grasslands to the north and west. Kissama National Park covers one million acres and is home to a variety of birds as well as elephants, zebras, and antelopes. The provinces of Angola offer their own treasures as well, like the splendid volcanoes and waterfalls in the lush rainforests of Lubango or dolphin-watching cruises near the mouth of the Rio dos Flamingo River where it spills out into the Atlantic.
When fine cuisine and nightlife are what you're looking for, stick around in Luanda. There's a wide selection of cafes and restaurants along the picturesque Marginal promenade, or you can take a romantic dinner cruise to Mussulo Island and back. To get a breathtaking view of the entire city and Luanda Bay, take a tour of the Fortress of Sao Miguel de Luanda.
Travel Tips for Angola
Visitors who fly to Angola will find that it is hot and dry in the summer and mild in the winter. The area sees an average high temperature of 70 degrees Fahrenheit during the dry season and temps that hover around the 60s during the rainy season. The rainy season runs from November through April, with the latter month characterized by a few downpours. In addition to a passport and entry visa, you will also need an International Certificate of Vaccination with proof of a yellow fever inoculation before you travel to Angola.
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