Angola is formally known as the Republic of Angola and forms part of Southern Africa. Neighbouring countries are Namibia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Zambia.
Angolan food is wide-ranging and flavorsome, with home-grown dishes based mostly on fish, cassava products and spicy stews. The seafood found in Angola is adored across the world and is extremely healthy. Hot spots to eat the freshest fish are positioned along the country’s beautiful coast. Delightful treats for the locals reflect the colourful fruit which is unlimited and extremely desirable for the country’s guests, locals and tourists.
Angola is heavily reliant on the commodity oil and is responsible for 90% of the country’s exports. Dating all the way back to 1906 when Angola first discovered oil reserves, who would have thought that today, oil is one of the most vital aspects to the Angolan economy.
World-wide the country ranks second with regards to oil production and to top this, industry professionals predict that the country will replace Nigeria as the number one oil producer, producing roughly 1 million b/d output, and it is expected that by next year it will overtake Nigeria
This amazing and booming nation might be undiscovered and remote, yet it has so many offerings which is starting to entice people from all over the world.