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Location is about an hour drive from Luanda city, and it’s a very small stop, kinda easy to miss. You could easily spend 5-20 minutes here and take nice photos, but that’s about it. Wish there is a walking trail but there isn’t. Impossible to...More
Wonderfull landscape. If you abstract from your environment it is like a small Capadoccia.
There is no infrastructures to support any possible visits.
Then it is no more than a stop 60-70 km on the road to south.
Blink and you will miss the turn off for this. The turning bay is only about 50m from the road edge so you will know you're in the right place. Part of the area had been washed away in recent rains but plenty of room...More
This is the place that is impossible don’t visit once you are in Angola. You just go over the river kwanza’s bridge, where you can see an old tank that symbolize the war that Angolan people have been submitted for so many years, and some...More
I can honestly say this is one of the most beautiful places I have ever been to in my entire life. We made a few stops to eat at the most humble roadside restaurants on the way there which delayed us a little bit but...More
Response from Rodrigo L | Reviewed this property |
Just take the only road to south from talatona-Luanda, near the sea (ask the road to barra do kwanza or to Benguela) it's the only One. Then you Will see an enourmous beach, the miradouro is in the Last quarter on the way to... More
Just take the only road to south from talatona-Luanda, near the sea (ask the road to barra do kwanza or to Benguela) it's the only One. Then you Will see an enourmous beach, the miradouro is in the Last quarter on the way to south. And yes you can take photos.