Upon arrival you will meet up at our guide at the port harbor will depart to the southern part for the moon viewpoint.
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Port of Luanda
This is a viewpoint formed by a set of cliffs that remind us of the most beautiful and challenging lunar landscapes. You will find a poetic landscape that, in fact, is a natural result of the erosion caused by the tropical rains and by the wind in a soil made of a mixture of shades of ocher. The different colors change according to the intensity of the sunlight. It’s the perfect scenery for a magical photograph.
Proceed to the best known traditional market full of crafts. Here you will see the street vendors are part of the African spirit and, indeed, of Luanda. With humble smiles and willingness to sell this is the day by day of many Luanda’s citizens. Urban handicrafts meet residential neighborhood in this Lisbon market, where it’s worth spending some time. Discover a different Bairro from those in the tourist guide. You will dive in to get yourself some souvenirs
Duration 30 mins
This museum chronicles the history of the slave trade in present-day Angola. The museum was founded in 1977 by the National Institute of Cultural Patrimony, with the objective of depicting the history of slavery in Angola. The museum adjoins the Capela de a 17th-century structure where slaves were baptized before being put on slave ships for transport to the Americas. The museum displays hundreds of items utilized in the slave trade.
Board a private boat jet towards Kapossoca where we will take the boat (boring) to enjoy a panoramic tour of the Mussulo peninsula. The ride is about 10 minutes long. Mussulo is a 30 km long sand peninsula formed by the sediments of the Cuanza River, on the south coast of Luanda, with white sandy beaches, palm trees, and tepid water.
Lunch at a kapossoca where you can enjoy a beach of warm waters surrounded by palm trees. Later in the afternoon, You can opt to trek. Jet Ski or quadbikes around or just chill and relax on the sand and sunbathe. We will ride back to the port and drop you off at 4 pm to catch your onward cruise.