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About Foz do Cunene

Foz do Cunene is situated along the Kunene River in Angola and is a place known for its fishing and camping... and dune trails. Foz do Cunene is one of those gorgeous, unspoiled destinations in Africa where the silence is deafening.

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Foz do Cunene is definitely going to have you enjoying your fair share of dune driving. It's all part of the Foz do Cunene experience.

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Isn't it beautiful? Here we have a photo of the Cunene River. You'll find Foz do Cunene at the mouth of this River.

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A lot of Foz do Cunene scenery is all about dunes, rocks and the occasional palm tree.

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Foz do Cunene serves up a good dose of dunes, dunes and then some more dunes.

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How about a stroll on the beach before we get our lines out there to catch some fish?

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For the full dose of Foz do Cunene you can expect camping, looking out over miles of Namib Desert, enjoing some dune trails, and bird watching in the Pargue National du Lona reserve.



 

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