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Must see in angola

This is an impressive rock formation, probably the result of magma falling into deep ocean craters... read more

Reviewed May 1, 2017
Vincent_van_Halsema
via mobile
A Must

you have to see it. what a nature beauty, there is a foot print quiet ancient you will be impress... read more

Reviewed January 24, 2017
gogaslx
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Lisbon District, Portugal
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1 May 2017
“Must see in angola”
24 Jan 2017
“A Must”
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Lunda Norte, Malanje, Angola
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Reviewed May 1, 2017 via mobile

This is an impressive rock formation, probably the result of magma falling into deep ocean craters millions of years ago when this land was an ocean floor, and the craters themselves weathering ago way over the millenia leaving these eerie, majestic rocks standing out. You...More

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Reviewed January 24, 2017

you have to see it. what a nature beauty, there is a foot print quiet ancient you will be impress. the surrounds are great nature, moneys, and a nice site for a quite and relaxed afternoon just listening to the nature. explore don't expect tourist...More

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Reviewed August 3, 2016

Spectacular landscape that emerges in the middle of bush so unexpectedly that it seems unreal. There are no facilities anywhere and the little villages nearby are clueless about directing to the best path closest to the rocks.

1  Thank Krzysztof D
Reviewed September 28, 2015

Lots of good views from this interesting site. Pungo Andongo is midway between N'dalatando and Malanje. It is best to stay in Malanje as it is quite a drive from Luanda. It is a place of legend for the local people. It is said that...More

Thank Cheri H
Reviewed November 14, 2014

If go visit Kalandula Falls, a pass near Malange the province capital's, you'll have to ask about "Pedras Negras" . I wouln't make a journey just to see this specific place, but has i was going to Kalandula, i made some contacts to see what...More

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