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          Cheap Bus Tickets from Luanda to Benguela Online Booking

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          Do cheap bus from Luanda to Benguela bus tickets online booking and travel Luanda to Benguela by road. Benguela is a city in western Angola, Benguela province capital. Benguela is one of Angolas most crowded cities with a population of 555,125 in the city. Here is the guide on how to book bus tickets from Luanda to Benguela:

          Bus from Luanda to Benguela Bus Tickets Booking, Routes, Schedules & Fares FAQs

          What is the affordable way to get from Luanda to Benguela?

          The affordable way to get from Luanda to Benguela by bus. Luanda to Benguela bus fare $28 – $40 and takes 11h 5m.

          Is there a direct Luanda to Benguela bus?

          Yes, there is a direct bus Luanda to Benguela. Services depart every thirty minutes, and run every day. The journey takes about 11h 9m.

          What is the travel distance of Luanda to Benguela by bus?

          The travel distance of bus Luanda to Benguela is 416 km.

          Fly or bus Luanda to Benguela?

          The top way to get from Ludanda to Benguela is to fly which takes 1h 20m and costs $260 – $700. Alternatively, you can take bus via Ludanda, cheap bus tickets from Luanda to Benguela $30 – $40 and takes 6h 50m.

          Where do I take the bus Luanda to Benguela from?

          Luanda to Benguela bus services, run by Macon, depart from Luanda station.

          Bus Tickets from Luanda to Benguela Tips

          The city remains a vital commercial link between Eastern and Western Angola. Corn, coffee, sugarcane, sisal, and tobacco are grown in the interior areas of Angola and largely traded in Benguela.

          Industries local to the city contain fish processing and milling of sugarcane, the city also produces soap, pottery and tools.

          Foreign trade is managed via the deep-water port of Lobito, which is placed twenty-nine kilometers north of Benguela. Lobito, once the busiest port in Angola, was extremely disrupted during the Angolan Civil war. The post has since revived and support trade in the Benguela area.