The coastal town of Luderitz, named after its founder German merchant Adolf Luderitz, has several sights. At Diaz Point there stands a cross made of dolerite and erected in 1988 during Diaz festival. Other sights include Redford Bay, named after its first white settler and trader David Redford; Diaz Point, the place where Bartolomeu Diaz erected padrao in 1488, and the wooden bridge to Diaz Point was built in 1911 to access fog horn originally located there; Lighthouse built in 1910; Kolmanskop, the ghost town abandoned on the middle of 50's named after a driver Coleman who frequently stopped here. First diamond was found in Kolmanskop in 1908 by laborer Zaharia Levala and became a centre of diamond industry.
Lobito is a port town in western Angola. Its harbor is one of Africa's finest natural harbors. The city itself is reminiscent of a European city due to previous Portuguese settlers. Lobito also has some excellent beaches with fantastic sunsets for visitors to enjoy.
A small forest-covered, volcanic island tucked away in the Gulf of Guinea, Bom Bom Island is world-renowned for its fishing opportunities. Wahoo, barracuda, dorado and cubera snappper are only a few of the varieties of fish that can be trolled for as you enjoy the indulgent bliss of a privately-chartered fishing boat. Bom Bom Island Resort captures the essence of an island retreat with secluded golden beahes, swaying coconut fronds, and balmy 80-degree tropical water
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