Cameia National Park lies within the 1,200 mm isohyet, and is triangular, with the Cameia–Luacano road forming the northern boundary, the Chifumage river the southern part of the eastern boundary and the Lumege and Luena rivers the south-western boundary. Two towns, Cameia (formerly called Lumege) and Luacano, are respectively in the north-western and north-eastern corners of the park. Much of the park consists of seasonally inundated plains that form part of the Zambezi river basin, with the northern half of the park draining into the Chifumage river. There are also extensive miombo woodlands, similar in structure to those in the Zambezi basin of western Zambia. The park is a representative sample of habitat not occurring elsewhere in Angola. Two lakes, Lago Cameia and Lago Dilolo (the largest lake in Angola) lie outside the park boundaries and both have extensive reedbeds and grassy swamps that are rich in aquatic bird species.
Access to safe drinking water in Angola. ... The sharp increase in access to safe drinking water by 2004 reflects the emergency assistance and humanitarian resources that flowed in following the peace agreement, but in some cases was not sustainable. Angola has witnessed improved access to sanitation in the same period.