Cheap Flights To Angola

Angola OffersBook By 29 May 2024
DepartingArrivalAirlineTravel datesPrice
LondonLuandaEmirates19 Aug 2024 - 26 Nov 2024fr£546.00
ManchesterLuandaLufthansa15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£778.00
ManchesterLuandaAir France19 Aug 2024 - 26 Nov 2024fr£780.00
LondonLuandaAir France25 Jan 2024 - 30 Jun 2024fr£785.00
LondonLuandaLufthansa01 Dec 2023 - 23 May 2024fr£797.00
LondonLuandaLufthansa15 Jul 2024 - 18 Oct 2024fr£798.00
LondonLuandaSn Brussels Airlines27 Sep 2024 - 24 Dec 2024fr£850.00
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Perhaps not the first holiday destination that comes to mind, Angola actually has a lot to offer, whether it be a beach holiday, beautiful natural landscapes, or the opportunity to take a safari.

While the country does have a somewhat troubled past, having gone through a civil war, the country has recovered with vast natural oil and diamond reserves to profit from, and while it hasn’t taken off like some other neighbouring countries, the fact that it is so quiet is a big appeal to those who want something off the beaten track.

Angola has a very varied landscape, with white beaches dotted along its long Atlantic coastline, the huge Kalandula Falls, and many vast plains to explore too.

The cities of Angola have a strong Portuguese flavour, as the country was colonised until 1975, and this can be seen in the architecture, language, and food.

West Africa is becoming an increasingly popular destination for tourists, so if you want to experience it for yourself, away from the crowds that you’ll find in the more traditional destinations, then look no further than our cheap flights to Angola here at Globehunters.

We are proud to offer Business class flights to Angola as well as economy.

5 Things You Need to Know About Angola

So if you are thinking about heading to Angola, but don’t know too much about it, here are five important things to know.

Time Difference: GMT +1 hour
Currency: Angolan kwanza (Kz)
Native Language: Portuguese
Weather: A hot and humid climate in the north, with arid deserts to the south. The rainy season falls from October to April, with drier and cooler spells from May to September
Sales Tax: 10%

Flying to Angola from the UK

Here’s everything to know when flying to Angola from the UK, such as average flight times and entry requirements.

Flight Times

Currently, direct flights to Angola from the UK are only available from London Heathrow and will take around eight and a half hours.

Indirect flights are available from other airports around the country, although these will take around twelve hours.

Entry Requirements

UK citizens must acquire a visa if they are travelling to Angola, or they will be detained upon arrival and deported.

Bear in mind that applying for a visa can take a long time, so you should make your application at least eight weeks in advance of your journey.

Remember that you can’t obtain a visa upon your arrival at the airport, and you could be fined up to 15,000 Kwanzas (about £70) a day if you overstay your visa.

Airlines That Fly to Angola

Currently, British Airways is the only airline offering direct flights from the UK to Angola, although the following are among those which offer indirect services:

- Emirates
- Lufthansa
- Air France

10 Angola Must-Dos

If you’re wondering what there is to see and do in Angola, here are our top ten sights and attractions:

- Quiçama National Park
- Ruacana Falls
- Kalandula Falls
- Serra da Leba
- Iona National Park
- Fortress of São Miguel
- Miradouro da Lua
- Luanda Bay
- National Museum of Slavery
- Cameia National Park

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So, if you’re looking to book cheap flights to Angola, look no further than Globehunters, where we’ll work with you to ensure that you get the very best deal on your flights, hotel, and car hire, with our friendly and experienced team of travel experts.