Vibe Sanctuary | Journey Across Waterfalls of Angola

Mon Jul 01 2024 at 07:30 am to Mon Jul 08 2024 at 05:10 am UTC+04:00

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Vibe Sanctuary | Journey Across Waterfalls of Angola
On the coast of West Africa to the north of Namibia along the Atlantic Ocean, packed with diamonds, and oil, spread across green savannahs, tropical jungles, and coastal deserts, beating to the rhythms of semba, rivet, and kizomba, and thundering waterfalls from Luanda to Cabo Ledo, Angola is where the bold go to dance and seekers of adventure find the final frontier of African discovery!
With only Portugal and Brazil having more Portuguese speakers, Angola’s capital is like taking a walk down the streets of Lisbon with the beats of Brazil around every corner café and the Fortaleza de Miguel and the Iron Palace to remind you of a colonial legacy dating to the 16th century.
One of the largest waterfalls in Africa, fed by the Cassoco Hills and the Catumbela and Lucala Rivers at the, the Kalandula Falls drop 105 meters down with 570m3/s of water raging over the rocks. We’ll earn our views from above and below, getting sprayed at the foot of the falls and taking in the enormity of the drop from the trails above.
The Black Rocks of Pungo Andongo, a mystical place full of myths and legends, according to the locals this was once the capital of the Kingdom of Ndongo, with the footprints of her monarch Queen Ginga, carved into the rocks. These extensive monolithic formations, millions of years old, jut out of the savannah in black towers, with the commune of Pungo-Andongo all that remains of this ancient kingdom and the ruins of the Fortress of Pungo-Angongo from the days of Portuguese colonialism still haunting this mysterious place.
With Kuduro, Kizomba, Semba, and Tarrachinha beats from the high savannahs to the beaches of Cabo Ledo, Angolan safari in Kissama, and rapids and waterfalls along raging rivers all the way to the Atlantic, it’s a little Brazil, a dash of Portugal, and a lot of African Angola!
Let’s go!!
Day 1 // Arrival to Luanda
After arrival and immigration formalities, check in to hotel before looking around Luanda, one of the oldest Portuguese colonial cities in Africa! We’ll pass by a few monuments and other curiosities before we head to hotel for check-in, dinner, and rest.
Day 2 // Malanje and Kalandula Falls
After early breakfast of fuba bread and funge, we’ll hit the road to Malanje with stop along the way to see the ship graveyard on the beach of Sarico. Further on we’ll pass through small community of Cacuso before we reach Malanje and nearby Kallandula Falls. We’ll check-in to hotel and take a quick break before heading to the foot of the falls and few other viewpoints. We’ll finish the day at sunset with dinner view of the falls!
Day 3 // Pedras Negras do Pungo Andongo
With the sound of the falls as our alarm clock, we’ll get up for early breakfast and head to the Black Rocks at Pungo Andongo, millions of years in the making and spread over the wide savannahs of western Angola, we’ll explore these mesmerizing formations before lunch and then onwards to Musseleje Falls, a rare sight as it’s rather difficult to access. After a few treks and trails, we’ll head back to hotel for dinner and rest.
Day 4 // Sumbe to Cabo Ledo
After breakfast and check-out, we hit the road to Sumbe, along the way we’ll explore the rapids of Binga Falls and stop at few villages nearby. Visit Kumbira Forest reserve community and continue to spectacular Sassa Cave. We’ll reach Cabo Ledo beach resort a the time for sunset.
Day 5 // Kissama Park to Mussulo
We make an early start to Kissama National Park for safari across Baobab savannah! We’ll take quick boat trip before lunch in Calumbo, a destination for many pilgrims. We’ll continue on to Mussulo island for yet another sunset on the beach and check-in to hotel for dinner and rest.
Day 6 // Mussulo Island
Today we ll take a relaxing boat trip to explore this wonderful, tropical island, followed by visit in iconic Kazunga Church and Flamigo Bay. Accomodation at Mussulo Beach Resort.
Day 7 // Moon Rocks + Ships Graveyard - Departure
We’ll make a quick stop at Moon Rocks view point with short walk inside, followed by famous Ships Graveyard and last minute souvenirs before transfer to airport for flight home.
Grade: Easy – available to everyone
Accomo & meals: comfy hotels & lodges – double sharing. Restaurant meals excluded.
Cost: 6800 AED excl. flight / 7920 excl. flight + single room, until JUNE 1st.
Flights (Emirates) at 4300 AED.
Visa: Visitors to Angola must obtain either a visa in advance from one of the Angolan diplomatic missions or a pre-visa online, unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries:
See yah in Angola x
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