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It is the third largest port of Angola, after Luanda and Lobito. It has the main station of Moçâmedes (CFM)..

Namibe

Natural and Historical Points

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The province has a wide range of natural and historical attractions. Some of those attractions are, thermal waters of the tourist centre of Mutípa, Pediva, and Ndolondolo; Monte Negro waterfalls, the mouth of Cunene River (excellent conditions to practice sport fishing, water sports and underwater hunting), freshwater/seawater beaches, Serra da Leba, Welwitchia Mirabilis.

 

Quipola Chapel 

It is located in Benfica zone, Namibe municipality.

 

Praia Amélia Chapel

It is two kilometers from the city of Namibe.

 

São Fernando fortress

Current Military Unit of the Navy is located in the municipality of Namibe.

 

Kapangombe Fortress

It is in the municipality of Bibala, served to the concentration of slaves before traveling to the Americas and is the current headquarters of the army.

 

The  Government Palace

It is located in the city centre, in the marginal of Namibe.

 

 

Namibe Desert

One of the biggest tourist attractions of the province and where you can observe the welwitchia mirabilis plant, located between Namibe and Tombwa.

 

Iona National Park

It was established as a national park in 1964. It has 15,150 km2 and the animals that stand out are the Guelengue and the mountain zebra.

 

Namibe Special Reserve

It was established as special reserve in 1957. Has 4,450 km2 and the animals that stand out are the ostrich, Black Rhinoceros, mountain zebra, and Suricata.