"The most portuguese city of Angola" Lubango by APaulo

Lubango Travel Guide: 8 reviews and 33 photos

Warm, cold...windy.

Lubango is the second largest city of Angola. Located in a valley, the surrounding mountains make a frame for the setting of the sun.

With approximately 1760 meters above sea level, Lubango is one of the highest cities in Angola, showing two types of weather, climate modified by altitude and cold temperate climate, where temperatures range from 0 to 24 degrees.
During the day the weather is humid and moderately warm, but night temperatures are considerably lower, with average annual temperature of 18 ° C is probably the coldest city of Angola, is a common occurrence each year of extremes of 1 ° C to 34 ° C.
June and July are the coldest months, with occasional frosts. The heaviest rains usually occur between early January and the end of March, and the hottest months are September, October and November.
In areas of high mountains such as the attitudes of the Serra da Chela Leba and temperatures drop sharply from -5 to 10 degrees

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