The nationals of 61 countries (including India) travelling to Angola will be granted visas on arrival beginning March 30, 2018. Rádio Nacional de Angola (RNA) said the visitors will only need to submit their accommodation and subsistence means to get the tourism visa in Luanda.
An international certificate of yellow fever vaccination, a return ticket and a valid passport will be required for the granting of the 30-day visa. An invitation letter, which will no longer be a condition for visa application, was a handicap for many tourists wishing to visit Angola.
As of yet, no official government website for Angola is listing the change in entry. Keep an eye out for that as its entirely possible that enforcement of the new rule could be delayed. Also, it is unclear if the visa on arrival is free or will come with a fee.