For dramatic scenery and the chance to safely wild camp, Angola isn’t easily topped. Photographer Paul Godard shares his impressions and spectacular images following a recent trip.
For many years Angola was reasonably inaccessible to self-drive overlanders, mainly because of the civil war and its residual landmines combined with an officialdom that was not tourist friendly. However, the few travellers who dared to visit this former Portuguese colony during the past decade or so absolutely loved the country for its scenic diversity … Continue reading Angola… an acquired taste
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