The city of Luanda with its diversity and its many stories will surely cast a spell over you. Visit the suburbs of Luanda and learn about the daily and genuine life of the people in Luanda.
Popular with the inhabitants of the capital is Cacuaco, which was still a small fishing village in 1936, because of its white sandy beaches. Cacuaco is known for its religious festival in honor of São João Baptista, the patron saint of the city, where a procession to the sea has been held every June since 1948.
Market 30 (Mercado do 30) is one of the largest
markets in the Luanda area, where agricultural products from the surrounding regions are sold. From there, many traders in Luanda source their fruit and vegetables, which
they sell at stands or on foot in the city center.
Luanda has grown into a large metropolis in recent decades. In the meantime, many former small villages have integrated into the urban area, but as a rule they have lost none of their history and harbor many cultural peculiarities.
We will pick you up at 7:00 a.m. at your hotel or a starting point in Luanda that you have
Our first item on the program is the well-known fish market in Cacuaco, a suburb of Luanda.
Afterwards we visit Market 30 (Mercado do 30) and immerse ourselves in everyday life there. This large and very well-known market at the gates of Luanda sells everything from fruit and vegetables from the region, to drinks and food, to everyday objects.
On the way back to the city center we cross some of the famous working class neighborhoods such as Cazenga, Sambizanga and BO (Bairro Operário) to name a few.
After the tour we bring you back to your starting point.
Transport in a private, air-conditioned car
Personal expenditures, tips, other services and meals not mentioned, optional activities, alcoholic drinks