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Mon, 24 Sep 2018 10:35 - Updated Mon, 24 Sep 2018 10:35

Namibe is a pearl of tourism - minister

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.

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Hotels and Tourism minister, Ângela Bragança

Photo: Pedro Parente

The minister, who was speaking to the media outlets after arriving in the province to preside over the regional tourism forum, said that Namibe province owns huge tourist potential to enchant any tourist and equal to those provinces surrounding it such as Cuando Cubango, ( Ocavango), which is currently the center of attentions of the world.   

The official also mentioned Namibia, Botswana and other countries in the region as strong partners in the development of tourism in Angola.

Concerning some tourist areas in the country, she highlighted the recently discovered and well-developed "bird area" which is already much appreciated by many tourists.

The regional forum to be held in September 27, will count on the presence of representatives of the provinces of Namibe, Huila, Cunene e Cuando Cubango.

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