Be a part of history by visiting this beautiful country still in the transitional phases between a war torn area and a vibrant tourist destination. From 1975 all the way through to 2002 Angola was locked into a brutal civil war, and has only recently become a place that is slowly transitioning towards a tourist destination. Because of this new time of change Angola does not have very many destinations that are specifically tailored to the needs of tourists; this is one of the things that makes Angola a beautiful place to visit now.
The lack of tourist tailored destinations makes for a very interesting trip and an absolute must see for any person interested in military and war related history. The beautiful landscape of Angola allows for many 4×4 Rentals Africa self drive opportunities.
Calundula Waterfall: based on the Lucala River the Calundula falls are 105 meters high (344 feet) and 400 meters wide (1312 feet). Beautifully set in the tropical rain forests of Angola the Calundula Falls are one of the largest waterfalls in Africa.
Over all a visit to this vibrant, up and coming country is a must for anyone looking to get in touch with nature or looking to claim a little slice of history for him/herself. For more information please visit https://www.4x4rentalsafrica.com
4×4 Rentals Africa – For your 4×4 rental in Africa, where are you going ?
Where are you going for your self drive 4×4 ? Our vehicles al allowed into any of the following mentioned countries.
Your 4×4 Rental can be a self drive or with a guide.
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2020 is the year to explore. Have you seen the Bushman in the Mgadigadi Pans ? Or seen the migration at the Liuwa Plains in Zambia. So much to explore this year. Or just maybe go back to that old favourite campsite on Lake Malawi ? Have a look at our tour plan options and discover what are popular among our clients and what works with a 4×4 self drive.