Exciting Partnership in Self Drive Industry Opens Up New Routes to Namibian Adventures

Drive South Africa, Africa’s leading car rental service, has proudly partnered with the go-to rental 4×4 providers in Namibia, Namibia2Go. Established in 2017, the Namibian outfit is part of the Gondwana Collection Namibia, a long time leading lodge group in the country.

What began as a value-add offering guests transport from lodge to lodge has since burgeoned into a fully-fledged car rental service.

More Locations. More Adventure.

The partnership sees Drive South Africa expand its already considerable footprint in Namibia to include destinations such as Luderitz, Sossusvlei, Tsumeb, Oranjemund, and Oshakati.

Above: Toyota Hilux Equipped Vehicle Setup

Above: Toyota Hilux Equipped Vehicle Setup

The addition of these destinations offers self-drive safari enthusiasts even greater access to more remote, and hence idyllic, Namibian locations. Namibia 4×4 hire has never been easier!

A Well-Maintained Fleet

Namibia2Go brings with it a vast fleet of over 300 vehicles, both equipped and unequipped, depending on your level of adventure. Specializing in 4×4 vehicle rental, they’ve got a range of trusty brands with a proven history of handling Africa’s terrain with ease.

In fact, Nambia2Go is the only Namibian supplier of the Suzuki Jimny and leading luxury SUVs like the Toyota Land Cruiser 300, Ineos Grenadier Trailmaster, and Lexus LX570. On safari with a crowd?

Above: Namibia2Go Toyota Hilux

They’ve got you covered with a monster 9-seater Safari Toyota Land Cruiser (the limo of Land Cruisers), AWD VW Transporters, and 4×4 Mercedes-Benz Sprinters.

Our Picks Of The Pack

As seasoned self-drive safari fans ourselves, we were highly impressed with the rental cars in the Nambia2Go stable. Here are our fave four:

  1. Suzuki Jimny: Compact but capable, this little workhorse will take you to amazing places with its plucky 4×4 drive and rugged contours. Automatic transmission, available in 3 and 5-doors.
  2. Toyota 2×4 Compact Hybrid SUV: Fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly, this is the perfect ride for those more conscious of their carbon footprint on safari. Automatic transmission.
  3. Toyota Hilux 4×4 (Camping Equipped): If you’re looking for comfort and capability, it doesn’t get much better than this. Fully equipped for camping in the Namibian wilderness, this is the no-hassle drive of your dreams.
  4. Mercedes-Benz 4×4 Sprinter: With 11 seats, this is the ideal option if you’re traveling in a larger group. With all the style and comfort you’d expect from a Mercedes-Benz, you’ll be able to make your way through Namibia’s dramatic landscapes in luxury.

Special Mentions

Beyond their more typical Namibia 4×4 hire offerings, Namibia2Go stands out with the following specialist vehicles:

Ineos Grenadier Trailmaster: Travel Namibia with a touch of elegance, the utmost comfort, and ample cargo space. Air-conditioning and optional fridge.

Above: Namibia2Go Toyota Hilux Camping Setup

Toyota 9 Seater Safari Land Cruiser: Go anywhere and see everything with this powerful off-roading beast. Perfect for bigger groups with a taste for adventure.

Explore Namibia At Your Own Pace

A self-drive safari gives you all the freedom and flexibility you need to explore the majestic landscapes and wildlife of Namibia exactly the way you want to. Hire a 4×4 in Namibia today and discover everything this vast and fascinating country has to offer.

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