Starting at the Military History Museum, the route will connect various points of interest in the city ending at the surfers' beach, in Cabo Ledo. The National Museum of Military History, the António Agostinho Neto Memorial, the Slavery Museum, the Moon Viewpoint, the Kwanza River, the Quiçama Park, the Sangano Beach, the Cabo Ledo Beach and the Surfers Beach, are the points that integrate the route.
Carlos Bumba, tourism guide, cited by Angop, considered that this route will present the interested people with several possibilities that range from historical and cultural tourism to ecotourism.
The guide defended that it is necessary to bet in the spreading of the tourist sites, to create structures that support the sector and to exempt the tourism operators from the payment of some taxes.
Afonso Vita, director of Infotur, made it known that measures are being created to enhance the tourist areas: "We have started to restructure the Miradouro da Lua, in order to offer visitors better comfort", he explained, adding that an information post, a parking lot, a shower room, a kiosk and a structure that will make it easier to see that space.
Maria Borges, Angolan tourism ambassador, was the guest at the opening ceremony of this route, having visited some tourist sites.
The people in charge also took the opportunity to reinaugurate the Carpe Diem Tropical Resort, in Cabo Ledo.