Serra da Leba

Serra da Leba is a mountainous formation that has an excellent landscape, it is a place that has stolen the attention of thousands of tourists in Angola.

.Serra da Leba is approximately 20 kilometers long and has an altitude of 1800 metres. At the top of the mountain it is possible to appreciate the beauty of rivers, forests and the view of cities that are many kilometers away.

In this region of Serra da Leba is one of the must-visit postcards that is the Tundavala Rift, a tourist spot that draws attention for its rocks, altitudes and the abyss that can be seen on top of the rocks in the mountains.


Located in the south of Angola, Serra da Leba is located between the borders of the Huila province it's from Namibe. The closest cities to Serra da Leba are the cities of Humpata and Lubango.

road features

The road was built in the 1970s, it is a road that requires a lot of attention from drivers, as it is in the middle of the mountain with narrow and sliding curves.

Located on the EN-280 road, the road that goes up the mountain has a privileged view.

The road draws attention due to the 7 curves it has. Serra da Leba is known for having subjective curves, that is, the driver has to take many turns to reach his final destination.

The image stamped on the 2000 Kwanza banknote

The kwanza is the national currency, the main means of exchange for the purchase of goods and services in Angola.

The images stamped on the Kwanza banknotes are chosen according to the main tourist spots in Angola that have natural beauties that are essential to appreciate.

The 2000 Kwanza banknote has an image of Serra da Leba on the back of this national currency.

What to do

Within the many options of things to do during a visit to Serra da Leba, Welcome To Angola suggested the following:

  • Make photographic records of rock formations, landscapes, green areas and wildlife;
  • Take a trail in the forest accompanied by a tour guide, or climb mountains in specific areas.
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