Angola with a difference
Angola is located in a sub tropical zone, its climate is not typical of such areas due to the following factors:The cold current from Benguela running along the southern part of the coast. The highlands in the interior. The influence of the Namibe desert, situated southwest. As a result Angola has its own specific climate, with two distinct seasons, the rains, from October to April and the mist or “Cacimbo” from May to September, a much dryer season with lower temperatures.High rainfall levels are registered along the coastal areas slowly decreasing from 800 mm to 50mm, as one moves further south.