Hello Europcar Richards Bay Airport (RCB), hello nature!
So you’re thinking about hiring a car from Europcar Richards Bay Airport (RCB) – great! KwaZulu-Natal’s town of Richards Bay is a great place to pick your car up to start your holiday, and what easier place to do it other than at Europcar’s Richards Bay Airport (RCB) branch.
If you’re not all that familiar with Richards Bay, it’s an industrial type harbour town that’s surrounded by heaps of natural gems. Richards Bay actually has one of South Africa’s biggest harbours thanks to the Mhlatuze River. It’s a beautiful area.
Freedom to explore with Europcar Richards Bay Airport (RCB)
For the person who enjoys being outdoors, the freedom you get from hiring a car from Europcar’s Richards Bay Airport (RCB) branch isn’t wasted. The town offers travellers brilliant beaches to walk, surf and enjoy water sports on. Locals are also very much into their kiting, so if that’s your thing, you’ve come to the right place. The Richards Bay Estuary is also a great place to go to see a mix a bird and marine life… which brings me to my next point.
If you’re a nature lover then you’re in for a treat. Richards Bay is really close to loads of great reserves. All you have to do is decide where you want to go and we will help you pick the vehicle you’ll need. For a little bit of off-road fun we’ll definitely recommend you hire a 4×4 and venture off into the bush for a self-drive safari – if that’s what you’re looking for. The Europcar branch at Richards Bay Airport (RCB) may not offer 4x4s but we’ve got a range of great suppliers we can hire you a vehicle from for pick-up at the airport.
If it’s game viewing and nature you’re after then you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to locations near Richards Bay. Will it be Ithala Game Reserve, Umlalazi Nature Reserve, Pongola Game Reserve, Enseleni Nature Reserve or Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game Park? Take your pick.
After you’ve picked up your car from the Richards Bay Airport (RCB) Europcar depot it’s all self-drive freedom and smooth sailing from there. Weather-wise you can expect warm, wet summers where the winters are usually dry. It’s all part of Richard’s Bay’s position in a subtropical climate. Enjoy!