Ruacana Falls

Ruacana Falls is one of the largest waterfalls in all of Africa both my volume and width. The falls boasts a height of 120 meters (390 feet) and a width of an impressive 700 meters (2,300 feet) when in full flood. This natural wonder of both Angola and Namibia continues to prove its natural beauty and magnificent size to all who come to pay a visit.

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Epupa Falls

Epupa Falls are a series of cascades that are all created by the Kunene River. The greatest single drop that comes from these magnificent falls is 37 meters (121 feet) but spread out over 1.5 kilometers (1 mile), the falls total to a drop of 60 meters (197 feet). The name “Epupa” is in fact derived from a Herero word meaning “foam”, in reference to the abundance of foam created by the falls.

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Quicama National Park

Also known as Kissama National Park serves as the only functioning park in all of Angola. Despite the disturbances and dysfunctions brought on by the Angolan Civil War where all other parks were brought to an end, Quicama has been able to build back up and flourish with the help of conservationists and organizations. With an enormous area of roughly 12,000 square kilometers (3 million acres) and with the Atlantic Ocean helping to form the borders of the park, beautiful lands and coastline are all what helps to make this a true natural wonder.

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Tundavala Cliffs

There are many highlights in the country of Angola in Southern Africa, including the Tundavala cliffs and the Pungo Andongo. Scientifically, these archaeological landmarks are remains of many local cultures. The scenery around the Lubango city itself is fantastic, especially visiting the point of the Fenda da Tundavala, also known as the Tundavala Gap.

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Caves of Nzenzo

Uíge is situated in Angola’s northwestern region, and amongst the 18 provinces of the country. Uíge is also the capital city of the province. Within it lies the Caves of Nzenzo, one of the province’s and the country’s natural beauties. Another campaign separate from Seven Natural Wonders also identified the caves as one of the country’s best nature attractions. The Caves of Nzenzo gives a mystical feeling through the cold water gushing, certainly, a mysterious place inviting spirituality.

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Miradour a da Lua

The Valley of the Moon is one of its most unique landscapes, and is also referred to as the Watchpoint. It is a peculiar attraction located at the coast 25 miles (40 kilometers) south of Luanda. Miradour a da Lua is an impressive natural structure, made by the combination of weather, sea, wind, rain, and time. It is a kind of land that ends up on an enormous beach and the Atlantic Ocean.

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Kalandula Falls

Kalandula Falls of Angola is a collection of waterfalls that when measured by volume, is one of the largest waterfalls in all of Africa. With a height of over 105 meters (344 feet) and a width of 400 meters (1312 feet), the falls make up a highly impressive area.

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