When you get to experience Angola's miles of unspoiled coastline, or drive through the expansive African plains to gaze upon all the amazing wildlife in a SUV 4x4, or take a walk though the historic structures of Portuguese colonialsim you will have realized how much Angola has to offer.
Angola has had a tough history. Tourism has largely remained dormant for this country due in much from the violence of civil war. After 27 years of crippling warfare placing this country as having one of the slowest growing economies, the Angolan citizens finally saw an end to the fight in 2002. Now with some of its borders opening up and airports operating much of undiscovered Angolans sites are yearning for visitation from open minded travelers. With the country ushering in a new phase of peace and creation of new opportunities for its citizens it is hopeful that this will attract tourists to come to Angola to create some fond memories. For travelers coming to Angola there are diverse sites to encouter. If you stop in the capital city of Luanda you will find pristine coastline and a pretty lively nightlife that includes high-end bars and restaurants. It is also home to one of Africa's largest wildlife parks that is ready for you to experience.
Angola's infrastructure is gradually improving as well as its safety. This country remains on the list for die-hard adventurers or to those or who those that thrive on budget travelling. The country is climbing steadfast back to participate in the world and they hope to never fall back into war. With an open hand Angolan's want to welcome you to the country.