High rainfall levels are registered along the coastal areas slowly decreasing from 800 mm to inland area can be divided into three zones. The North, where the rainfall is very heavy and the 50mm, as one moves further south. The average mean temperature is normally around 23º. The temperatures high, the Central Plateau zone, which is generally dry with average temperatures of the Kalahari Desert and the influence of tropical air fronts 19º and finally the South, where oscillations in temperature are registered due to the proximity of
With an Atlantic coastline stretching for over 1.650 kms, mighty rivers flow into wide estuaries depositing sediments they have brought with them from the high plateaus to form numerous small islands, bays and sandbanks and where excellent beaches can be found. In Luanda, special mention must be given to the beaches of Ilha do Cabo, Mussulo, Palmeirinhas, Corimba and Santiago. In Benguela there is Morena, Restinga, Caóta, Caotina, Baia Azul and Baia Farta and finally in Namibe, two more, Das Miragens and Azul.