Lobito - The Rovos Rail train, nicknamed the “Pride of Africa”, left Friday, the port city of Lobito, Coastal Benguela province, back to Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, starting point of the tourist trip to Angola.
Huambo - The owner of the luxury train (Rovos Rail), the South African Rohan Vos expressed on Monday in central Huambo province, interest to invest in Angola.
Luau - South African operator Rovos Rail's first luxury tourist train from Tanzania, with more than 50 tourists on board, arrived this morning at the border township of Luau, Moxico province.
Moçâmedes -Angola's Tourism sector is committed this year to the restructuring and planning of infrastructure as well as the training of staff to contribute to the development of the country?s economy.
Huambo - The central Huambo province-based tourist sites await private investment for better exploration and attracting revenues for the national treasury.
Moçamedes - The Hotels and Tourism minister, Ângela Bragança, considered on Sunday the south coast Namibe province a pearl of tourism, since it owns countless potential such as the sea, sun, desert, the welwitchia mirabilis wildness plant, the park of Yona and its port.
Luanda - The Angolan Mass Media minister, João Melo, assured last Saturday night in Luanda that his sector will work in partnership with tourism in order to develop the sector in the framework of the growth of the economy of Angola.
Menongue - The Governor of the southern Cuando Cubango province, Pedro Mutindi, pointed out on Monday in Menongue, the tourism sector as one of the attractions of reaping financial revenues.