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Cheap flights to Angola

Reasons To Visit Angola

As Africa’s seventh largest country, it is safe to say that Angola is a place with endless possibilities. There are many exciting things to do in the country whether it’s exploring the fascinating wilderness or visiting one of its vibrant cities and towns. Angola has a long coastline along the Atlantic Ocean where you can find some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, while further inland there are many memorable natural spots such as waterfalls, lagoons and hot springs. If you are heading into the capital Luanda make sure you check out some of the museums like the National Museum of Natural History, or you can see some of the city’s historical landmarks up close like the Igreja Nossa Senhora do Populo church which dates back over 500 years.

Where to stay: Ratings and booking information for the best hotels in Luanda for every budget

Arriving In Angola

Quatro de Fevereiro Airport is the main airport in Angola located around 10 km away from the capital Luanda. If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Angola, it is possible to make the journey directly to Luanda out of Dubai. Currently the only airline operating flights on this route is Emirates, the flag carrier of Dubai, with all flights based out of Dubai International Airport. Read our guide on Emirates baggage allowance information.

Inside the airport you will find all of the essential things you would expect including a restaurant and bar as well as duty-free shopping, so there is plenty to do to keep yourself occupied. In addition to this, the airport has an airport lounge where you can wait in more exclusive surroundings.

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Angola Travel Information

Most nationals including those from the UAE will have to apply for a visa first in order to travel to Angola. In Angola you can generally expect hot weather for most of the year, while rainfall will depend on where you are visiting. If you are heading into Luanda there is a brief rainy season between March and April, while the coolest time of year is between June and September which still sees average highs of around 25 degrees. Be advised that Angola is three hours behind the UAE, while the currency used is the Angolan kwanza which you will not be allowed to take out to the country with you.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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