4x4 RENTAL NAMIBIA

TRUE BEAUTY & ADVENTURE IN ONE CITY

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In terms of big game safaris, Namibia has a number of parks and reserves, but its stand out is Etosha National Park, where during the winter months the ease of spotting wildlife is nearly unrivalled in Africa. Other special wildlife highlights in Namibia include tracking black rhino and cheetah on foot.

Namibia’s extreme landscapes are a big part of why the country is so unique. From the sand seas of the Namib where you’ll find the tallest dunes in the world, to the awe-inspiring Fish River Canyon, Namibia is home to some of Africa’s most spectacular natural sights.

OUR RECOMMENDED VEHICLES

We’ve selected some of the top 4x4 vehicles for your next self drive safari holiday. Click on one of the vehicles below to get more info.

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OUR RECOMMENDED
CAPE TOWN ROUTE

We’ve selected an excellent 4x4 route for your next self-drive safari holiday.

Doing this whole route in reverse is also a great option when picking your vehicle up in Cape Town and dropping it off in Johannesburg you’ll see it all. We always recommend that you spend at least 2-3 days in Cape Town to explore the city and winelands and we know you’ll have a fantastic trip either way!

When departing from Johannesburg, head east towards Mpumalanga. Mpumalanga embraces the southern half of the Kruger National Park. It is recommended to lodge in the town of Pilgrims rest for the night.

Accommodation option:

  1. Pilgrims Rest

After breakfast, travel via the Panorama Route, before heading for the majestic Kruger National Park. Here, you will have the opportunity to go on the most exciting game drives, where you will be able to spot the Big Five amongst other wildlife.

Accommodation options:

  1. Skukuza Rest Camp

The Kingdom of Swaziland is a serene mountainous region, led  by King Mswati III, and happens to be one of three monarchies in the world. Here, you will be able to experience Swaziland’s rich heritage, lifestyle and cultures. In central Swaziland, you will have the opportunity to explore the Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary.

Accommodation options:

  1. Mlilwane Royal National Park
  2. Mlilwane Royal National Park Rest Camp

Travel from the Mlilwane National Park to the Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve, in Zululand, which is well-known for being a safe haven for the white rhino. Clear up your afternoon and the following morning for game drives and wildlife sighting.

Accommodation options:

  1. Hluhluwe-Umfolozi Game Reserve

After breakfast, travel via Ladysmith to the picturesque Drakensberg Mountains. It is recommended that you spend two nights at the Didima Lodge, which will enable you to explore this majestic area.

Accommodation options:

  1. Didima Lodge

When departing from Johannesburg, head east towards Mpumalanga. Mpumalanga embraces the southern half of the Kruger National Park. It is recommended to lodge in the town of Pilgrims rest for the night.

Accommodation option:

  1. Pilgrims Rest

After breakfast, cross the border to Lesotho and travel along the western border of Lesotho. You will eventually arrive at the Malealea Lodge. It is recommended that you spend two nights at the lodge, which will give you enough time to experience its breathtaking scenery and explore traditional Basotho life.

Accommodation options:

  1. Malealea Lodge

After breakfast, you have the option to enjoy your day at leisure or experience pony-trekking through the scenic landscapes Lesotho has on offer.

Accommodation options:

  1. Malealea Lodge

Start the morning early, and cross the border back into South Africa. Travel to the Eastern Cape region and stop for a break at Burgersdorp, a small town with 10 National Monuments.  We recommend staying the night at the Jubilee Hotel.

Accommodation options:

  1. Jubilee Hotel

Continue traveling to the historical Karoo town of Cradock. Here, you will be able to explore the rich heritage of the town and experience the traditional Karoo hospitality. Visit the Cape Mountain Zebra National Park, while you’re at it. We recommend lodging in the Cape Mountain Zebra National Park.

Accommodation options:

  1. Cape Mountain Zebra National Park

After breakfast, enjoy another game drive than depart from the Karoo and enter the Eastern Cape region to the beautiful village of Hogsback in the Amathole Mountain Range. This mystical community offers a range of activities for you to enjoy.

Accommodation options:

  1. The Arminel

The Addo Elephant National Park offers a unique wildlife experience. Here, you will be able to experience game drives in search of elephants, black rhino, lion and buffalo, to name a few. Evening game drives can be enjoyed at a flood lit watergole,where you will be able to sight the nocturnal wildlife of the park.

Accommodation options:

  1. Addo Elephant National Park

Depart from the Addo Elephant National Park and travel west to the world-renowned Garden Route. Here, you will be able to visit the indigenous Tsitsikamma Forest, walk the swing fridge over the Storms River Mouth and jump from the highest bungee jump in the world, at your own expense.

Accommodation options:

  1. Tsitsikamma Village Inn

After visiting the Knysna Heads, travel to a Ostrich farm in Oudtshoorn and enjoy your last evening of stargazing in the Garden Route. We recommend lodging at Fosters Manor.

Accommodation options:

  1. Fosters Manor

After exploring the Garden Route, continue your trip on the R62 through the most historical towns, before entering Cape Town, over the Franschhoek pass. We recommend lodging at Auberge La Dauphine for the evening.

Accommodation options:

  1. Auberge La Dauphine

After breakfast, visit the renowned wine estates in the Franschhoek valley and in Stellenbosch, before travelling in to the CBD of Cape Town.

Cape Town 4x4 Hire & Route