Kissama National Park is an angolan natural park, situated in Bengo province. It occupies an area of 9.600 km² and 75km away from Luanda.
The Park is limited in the north by Kwanza river, from its mouth until Muxima; south, by Longa river, between the moth and the road from Mumbondo to Capolo; west, by the coast line between Kwanza and Longa rivers; and east, by the road from Muxima, Demba Chio, Mumbondo and Capolo, to Longa river.
Kissama National Park was established as a hunting reserve in 1938 and became a national park in 1957.
The vegetation is varied from Kwanza riverbanks into the park: mangroves, dense woods, savanna, cacti, baobab trees,...
Its diversified vegetation allows a rich and varied fauna. There are african manatee, red sable, talapoins e tartarugas marinhas.
The Park provides facilities for visitors, 'pousada' and bungalows.
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.