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Moxico

The largest province of Angola in the territory. There is a large industrial fishing, agricultural and livestock production.

Moxico

Natural and Historical Points

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The province of Moxico offers above all a meeting with nature in one of its forest reserves, or walks in the rivers.

                

Katupe Forest reserve

With an area of 150 square kilometres, this reserve is limited to the North by the rivers Luce and Lue, to the East by the Condoge River, Londoge River to the South and to the West by the river Lué.

 

Forest Reserve of Lucusse

Is limited to the North by the Luchibe River, to the West and East by the river Cuele, Mundoia River to the East and to the South by the Lungue-Bungo River and has an area of 2,450 kilometres.

 

Cassai Forest Reserve

Bordered to the North by the river Cassai, West with the Lue River to the South and East by the river Munhango and covers an area of 190 square kilometres.

 

Cameia National Park

It has a surface of 14,450 km2 and was established as a national park in 1957 and where you can find various species of fish such as caqueia or tuqueia, mussata,, among others and animals such as Jaguars, bulls, and antelopes, nusses with limits to the North by Benguela Railways (CFB), to the South by the river Luena, to the West by the Lumege River and East with the rivers Luanginga, Chifumagi, Zambezi and Lulua.

 

Forest Reserve of Luena

It has an area of 1,800 square kilometers and is bordered by rivers Luena and Canage, by the Macondo and Luisavo forest reserve with an area of 750 and 400 square kilometers, respectively.

We can find still in Moxico, the ruins of Moxico and the Archeological Traces of the river Cassai-Cawewe, where you will find engraved stones with footprints of people and animals, among other signs and the Fort of Dilolo.