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Thu, 20 Jul 2017 19:27 - Updated Thu, 20 Jul 2017 19:27

Calandula falls to have hotel

Calandula - The surrounding area of Calandula Falls one of the seven natural wonders of Angola based in northern Malanje Province will have in the short term, a hotel of reference, which will make it possible to encourage young people access to their first job and the growth in the region.

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Partial view of Calandula Falls, in Malange

Photo: Ademar Rangel

The hotel construction  is an initiative of JODGAS company  which also plans to train tourist guides to  work  on the perimeter of these waterfalls, said  the owner of this service provider company , João Diogo Gaspar.

Speaking to Angop, the businessman said that the project is already in line with a visit to the Pousada de Calandula, and that the training of the tour guides will cover the traditional authorities, who will be able to help with information related to culture, history and Life of the municipality.

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