Angola

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Bradt Travel Guides, 2013 - Travel - 342 pages
Angola is changing at a rapid pace. This new edition reflects the continued resurgence of tourism following years of conflict. While no city comes close to matching Luanda for sheer size, venture outside the capital and you will find everything from frontier diamond towns to relaxed beach resorts. The country offers over 1,000km of unspoilt beaches, excellent fishing and some of the best surfing waves in the world. Rain forests and bird spotting opportunities abound. Whether business traveller or pioneering adventurer, Angola provides all the practical and background information you'll need to tackle this vast country. It also acts as a guide for expats living in the country.
 

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Contents

1 Background Information
3
2 Practical Information
47
PART TWO Luanda Province
115
3 Luanda
117
PART THREE Western Provinces
175
4 Bengo Province
177
Colour section 2
182
5 Kwanza Norte Province
185
11 Namibe Province
239
12 Huíla Province
247
13 Cunene Province
259
PART SIX Southeastern Provinces
265
14 Huambo Province
267
15 Bié Province
277
16 Moxico Province
283
17 Kuando Kubango Province
285

6 Kwanza Sul Province
189
PART FOUR Northern Provinces
199
7 Uíge Province
201
8 Zaire Province
205
9 Cabinda Province
211
PART FIVE Southwestern Provinces
221
10 Benguela Province
223
PART SEVEN Eastern Provinces
293
18 Malanje Province
295
Appendix 1
313
Appendix 2
329
Index
335
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About the author (2013)

Mike Stead worked for the British FCO and was based in Angola. Sean Rorison is a Canadian writer and the author of Bradt's Congo and Angola. Oscar Scafidi lives and works in Luanda.

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