Black Stones of Pungo Andongo, Malanje

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Associated with tribal legends of the area's native Mbundu people, Black Stones of Pungo Andongo represent mysterious and ancient rock formations resembling various animal shapes. Nearby, you can visit a fort from the Portuguese colonial days and a scenic waterfall. Arrange your visit to Black Stones of Pungo Andongo and discover more family-friendly attractions in Malanje using our Malanje visit planning tool .
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  • Go prepared with comfortable shoes because you climb to the top of the black stones, not radical is something particular. The view is simply amazing. On base until the footprints of Queen N ' Ginga are "written" on the stone. Not to be missed.
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  • In the middle of nowhere appears a huge rock formation beautiful. The 116 km from Malange a must-see!!
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  • The Pungo Andongo are some strange and enormous rock formations and are about 120 kms from Malange, in the municipality of Cacuso, and are an important tourist attraction of Angola. According to tradition, the footprints carved into the rock are of Queen Nzinga Mbandi Ngola access to the viewpoint is not easy, but it's worth it to watch the scenery around us.
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