Luanda, Angola, 30 Sept – Compliance with the Angolan hotel law by operators in Huíla province has been regular, the head of the Huíla provincial department of Hotels and Tourism, João Silvestre said at the weekend.
Speaking to news agency Angop, he said that despite some irregularities, in general the behaviour of hoteliers had been exemplary.
Huíla province is considered to be one of Angola’s biggest tourist attractions, as it is home to the Hunguéria Waterfalls (commonly known as the Huíla Waterfalls), the Leba mountain range, the monument to Christ the King, the Tundavala gorge, the ONdimba caves and the Bicuar national park.
The province currently ahs five hotels, 59 inns and hostelries, providing 789 rooms and 1,045 beds, as well as 300 restaurants and similar establishments, as well as five travel agencies. (macauhub)