Lunda Norte is a province of Angola. It has an area of 103,760 km² and a population of approximately 253,893. Angola's first President, Agostino Neto, made Lucapa the provincial capital after independence, but the capital was later moved to Dundo. Municipalities in this province include Shah-Muteba, Cuango, Capemba-Camulemba, Lubalo, Caungula, Cuilo, Chitato-Dundo, Lucapa and Caumbo. The province is rich in diamonds, but remains vastly underdeveloped and impoverished.
Lunda Norte is populated by Chokwe, Lunda, and other ethnical groups.
Coordinates: 8°17′S 19°36′E / 8.283°S 19.600°E