History and heritage run deep throughout Angola. Once a significant centre of pre-colonial kingdoms, the country later witnessed Portuguese exploration and colonization, leaving an indelible mark on its culture and identity. Today, remnants of colonial architecture stand proudly alongside modern developments, showcasing the country's journey from the past to the present.
The capital city of Luanda serves as a melting pot of cultures and a hub of activity. Here, modern skyscrapers stand in contrast to historic buildings, reflecting the nation's ongoing transformation and growth. Our time in Luada coincides with the vibrant and colourful Carnival Day.
For wildlife enthusiasts, Angola is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. The country boasts an array of national parks and nature reserves, home to diverse species of flora and fauna, including elephants, antelopes, and rare birds. The Kalandula Falls; one of Africa's largest waterfalls, is also a sight not to be missed, promising a breathtaking encounter with nature's grandeur.
Our current upcoming group tours can be seen below. They are all guaranteed departures.
This tour follows on from our Republic of Congo trip, giving the opportunity to link both together.
Our tour has the option of starting in either Cabinda or Luanda.
E-visas are required for Angola. We will provide you with a letter of invitation 2-3 months prior to departure.
Our tour is £2195 per person.
Single supplement is priced at £160 or we can allocate someone for you to share with (subject to availability).
Deposit required to confirm your booking is £500.
Please note that although we only run tours to areas we feel we can keep our clients safe, the British FCDO advises against all but essential travel to the Cabinda region of Angola that we visit on this tour.
We research the security of our destinations highly and safety is a priority for us, however, we advise you to do your own research as well to ensure you are comfortable with your trip.
Please note these travel warnings may also affect travel insurance for these regions; please contact us for advice on this. For the latest travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office including security and local laws, plus passport and visa information, click here.