The Republic of Angola offers every kind of terrain: mountains, plateaus, paradise beaches, and tropical forests. While the southern part is mostly covered in long miles of desert and arid vegetation during the summer, about three percent of the country sustains their livelihood through tourism and farming. Most Angolan farmers grow sugarcane or cassava for a living.
Angola produces diamonds and offshore oil and earns revenue from tourists who visit thE country to explore its natural attractions. The colonization of the Portuguese settlers and their 500-year rule is still visible in the...More