Angola might not be well-known for being a popular tourist destination, but the nation is hard at work to turn that around.
Known for being one of the least developed nations, having a high mortality rate as well as one of the most corrupt countries, they are still pressing on to make a mark in the tourism industry.
INFOTUR, the country’s institute of tourism took a stand at the International Tourism BTL Fair which was held in Lisbon. There, they pointed out positive features the country had to offer such as forests, waterfalls, lakes and grottoes. One of those even baring an exotic name such as Pedras de Pungo Andongo.
Angolan press agencies were told that the aim of initiatives taken was to generate 4.6 million visitors by 2020.
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