The Huila province has a huge tourism potential in general: Consider this:
These monumental cracks offer the visitor a fascinating spectacle seen high end of Lubango.
Serra da Leba
It is found on the route to Namibe. The road follows the "zig-zag" of the mountain resembles a snake, and is undoubtedly one of the cards of the province and the country.
Miradouro da Boca da Humpata
Viewpoint of Boca Humpata
It is on the way to Namibe.
Alto Bambi Cleft
Dam of Neves.
Located in Lubango. It took five years to complete the building, and was inaugurated in 1950. Here there is an observation deck, where one can see the city of Lubango.
Old Government Palace
Built in 1887, now houses the Provincial Government.
In terms of religious architecture is to mention the Cathedral, located in the center of Lubango which dates from 1939 and the Mission Church of Huila, dated 1880, is one of the oldest in the province, the Church of Tchivinguiro 1892 and Church Quihita 1894.
Here is housed the city's founders, and where they are now buried the founders of Huila, built between 1884 and 1885.
Bicuar National Park
It was considered as hunting reserve in 1938 and became a national park in 1964 to preserve existing species in the area among which are: elephants, lions, antelopes and buffaloes.
Guelengue and Dongo Forest Reserve
It has an area of ??1,200 km2 and is bounded by the rivers Chicusse, Cunene, Cusso, Cussava and Chissanda. These reserves of savannas and miombos there are several historic religious buildings and forts, some dating from the Seventeen Century.
Old Railway Station
Built between 1905 and 1923, it is a place of tourist interest (colonial architecture) and the Hamilton Lopes building dating from 1895.
This fortress was built in 1682 and is the oldest monument of historical heritage of Huila.
There are still a number of typical buildings of colonial architecture that is worth mentioning as the Mandume School (former Diogo lyceum), Paula Franssinete College, built in 1938 by sisters Doroteias, Tchivinguiro School, as well as the Familia Almeida home.