July 22, 2024
Things to Do in Angola – A Must See Activities Guide for Vacation in Angola

Situated at the south Atlantic, west coast of Africa, Angola is divided between the coastal arid strip of Namibia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Benguela current drives and cools the notable contrasts of the dry savannah, and wet interior highlands to south, while the rain forest climate dominates the northern stretch of Angola. Remarkable place, worthile to capture with any camera. One photo of Benguela is an image for a lifetime. Notable within its scenery is the “Mighty” Zambezi River with its tributaries, which has its source from the Congo River. Angola experiences short rains from the month of February to April. The milder climates begins to cool Angola and its environs during the month of November. Angola elevations, especially at the capital city range from 3000 -6000 feet above sea level. Take as many pictures you can, you won’t regret it!

Angola’s beauty and history

The nation has a splendid tradition of Hispanic Music and dance, because of the rampant slave-trade history during the seventeenth century’s active exchange and trade with the South Americans. That is why you will find a strong connection between the music from Brazil, and Iberian countries that happened during 17th century engagements. This 17th engagements is the factor that led to the rise of the fandango (which is a popular Iberian dance mixed with Seville, Gypsies, and Moorish influences).

Whether it is a short business trip or a long term vacation, there are no shortages of activities one can do. In Angola nature certainly offers anything imaginable. Apart from its history and long treasured culture. There are comprehensive activities visitors of all nature can do such as, tourism, cultural activities, hiking, clubbing, and the ability to enjoy great food delicacies and wine served from the local hotels restaurants.

Business Investment opportunities in Angola

Doing business in Angola can be very attractive and lucrative, since the country is rich in oil reserves, the major export earner for Angola. Being the second largest oil producer in the below the Sub-Saharan region, there are over fifteen global oil companies working their way to get crude oil for worldwide oil-market. Notable among the companies include “Big Name” oil companies such as Chevron, Exxon, and Texaco who mine and supply oil to the global market. Mining is a key investment area as well, where deposits of gold and diamonds exist within the Angolan Subterranean land structure. If you are attempting to create potential investments in the area, it is advisable to try out the oil and mining sector.

Angola is a land not only blessed with oil and rich mineral deposits. Agriculture plays a major role in the country’s economic setup. With a rich soil at the northern highlands, coffee is a cash crop that thrives well in Angola. Though once considered a colonial cash crop, farmers can now trade the cash crop either as middlemen or primary farmers. It currently takes a short time to set up a new firm that has 50 employees. Despite Angola’s past struggle to stay in line with the world’s Socio-political system, which they have succeeded to maintain, you can become a business entrepreneur, Industrialist, and/or commercial entrepreneur, since there are no bureaucratic and legal hurdles to overcome. Great marketing in Angola is taking place, bringing the deserved visibility to such an amazing country.