Since this country has a rich natural heritage, it has a number of national parks dedicated to preserve its biodiversity. Kissama National Park or also known as Parque Nacional da Quicama is one among them. Situated just 70 kms from the capital city Luanda, this is one of the most well preserved national park which has a very good population of animals. This is Angola’s one of the most popular national park which can be accessed very easily. This wildlife reserve also faces the burnt of civil war, but under Operation Noah’s Ark its former glory is slowly being restored. Under this project, several animals like elephants, zebras, ostriches and giraffes were air lifted from South Africa and Botswana and shifted to this park. This replenished this national park’s heritage.