Moanda or Muanda is a town and territory lying on the Atlantic Ocean coast of the Democratic Republic of Congo at the mouth of the Congo River. It is situated in Bas-Congo Province, and has a population of 50,000. The town has an airport, IATA Code FZAG, is known for its beaches, and has a few limited tourist facilities, but tourism is incidental to the main economic activities of the town.
The town of Muanda is north-west of the small port of Banana in the mouth of the Congo, and southeast of Point Kipundji. The Moanda Oil Terminal, consisting of various platforms, pipelines and a permanent tanker, lies 10 miles southwest of Point Kipundji. Some 100 km upstream from Muanda, on the north bank of the Congo River, lies the city of Boma, which serves as DR Congo's major port; the great width and depth of the Congo River allow seagoing vessels to reach Boma despite its distance from the coast.