One of the last remaining African frontiers, Angola's wilderness encompasses coastal desert, tropical rain forest, and vast savannah plains. Five great rivers flow from the source lakes of the Angolan Highlands into the Okavango, Zambezi, and Kwando River systems. Isolated due to decades of civil war, an Angola trip with GeoEx reveals the country's hidden wealth of wild spaces.
- Take a trailblazing adventure into regions of Angola that National Geographic explorers are still charting.
- Watch for wildlife at a developing 500,000-acre conservation project straddling the Cuatir and Cubango Rivers.
- Walk among Cold War-era tanks and helicopters left to rust on the Battlefield of Cuito Cuanavale in 1978.
- Swim in one of the source lakes, and be one of the first to explore teak forests and peat wetlands around the lakes.