Tagged: Angola

According to wholevehicles, Angola is located in the south-central region of Africa, and it has an area of 481,351 square miles. It is bordered by the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north and east, Zambia to the east, Namibia to the south, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The country is divided into eighteen provinces and an autonomous capital district, Luanda. The terrain of Angola varies from coastal plains in the north and west to a plateau interior with highlands in the center. The highest point in Angola is Morro de Moco at 8,596 feet above sea level. Angola has several rivers that flow through it including Cuanza River which flows from east to west across Angola’s central plateau before emptying into the Atlantic Ocean near Luanda; Okavango River which runs along Angola’s eastern border with Namibia; Cubango River which forms a portion of Angola’s border with Namibia; Kunene River which forms a portion of Angola’s border with Namibia and Zambia; Zambezi River which runs along Angola’s western border with Zambia; Kwanza River which flows through central Angola from east to west before emptying into Atlantic Ocean near Luanda; Cuango River which runs along Angola’s northern border with Democratic Republic of Congo; and Kasai River which forms a portion of Angola’s border with Democratic Republic of Congo. Angola’s climate is generally tropical but varies depending on altitude. In general, temperatures are hot throughout most of the year but there are cooler temperatures in higher elevations such as on mountaintops or during certain seasons such as winter months when temperatures can drop below freezing at night in some parts. Rainfall predominates during summer months while dry season occurs during winter months. See paulfootwear for weather information in Angola.

Luanda, Angola

Climate and Weather in Luanda, Angola

The climate of Luanda Luanda is the capital of the African country of Angola. Luanda is located on the Atlantic Ocean and, thanks to its excellent natural harbour, has an important position within the...