Natural attractions that the province of Cuanza Sul provides:
In Keve River is one of the postal businesses of the province, beyond the medicinal waters of Waku-Kungo (Pedra d'Águas) in Seles and the Bay of Kikombo, where in 1640 Salvador Correia de Sá docked and moved to Luanda to combat Dutch.
The Sumbe Cave
There are stalactites and stalagmites, which are unique copies worldwide. Sassa Grotto, Grotto Kikombo and the ruins of Fort Kikombo which is 15 kilometers from Sumbe.
Fortress of Kibala and Fort Libolo
Are the most significant monuments of local military architecture. There is a stone writing that chronicles the rebelion of Libolo, in1917, which occurred between the colonialists and the local resistance. We can also find the Rock Art Engravings of Ndalambiri in the municipality of Kibala, the rock engravings in Kinjinje, in Quinguba, and Nossa Senhora da Conceição church.
Rivers Cambongo, Cubal, Keve and Longa
These Rivers offer excellent conditions for water sports, sailing, fishing and duck hunting.