Camper Hire Cape Town

Based at the southernmost tip of the African continent, Cape Town is a traveller’s dream. Blessed with white sand beaches, an abundance of flora and fauna, towering mountains and winding rivers. if adventure and entertainment is what you seek, you’ll get it all in this world-class city. Camper hire in Cape Town is one of the best ways to explore the Western Cape province.

Best time to visit

Cape Town is best visited during the summer months of December to February. The weather is ideal to explore Cape Town sights and attractions.Camper hire Cape Town is a great way to get out there in the majestic Western Cape wilderness as you will have more places to stay. The Western Cape has many campsites just waiting to be experienced.

Around the area

Kagga Kamma Private Nature Reserve

Once home to the traditional bushmen, the Kagga Kamma Private Nature Reserve is home to fascinating rock-art paintings dating back 6000 years. The geology in the area is breathtaking as well, providing spectacular scenery. There’s also a variety of wildlife in the reserve, such as zebra, eland, gemsbok, kudu, wildebeest and the rare bontebok.

Getting around

One of the best ways to explore the city is with Camper Hire Cape Town. This gives you unrivalled privacy, and the freedom to explore Cape Town’s surrounding areas at your own pace.

Public transport is adequate, but with so much to see and experience, it’s far better to rent a campervan in Cape Town and explore.

Length of stay

A one week stay in Cape Town is enough time to make the most of your stay in the city. Be sure to plan your travel itinerary well so that you don’t miss out on any of the attractions or events available in the Mother City. Camper hire Cape Town will enable you to travel further if you wish so it might be a better option to stay for two weeks minimum.

What to pack

The summers are generally hot and pleasant, so be sure to pack sunscreen, light clothing and comfortable shoes.

Cape Town’s winters are generally more wet, cold and windier than most parts of South Africa, so be sure to pack in warmer, waterproof clothing items.

Where to stay


Situated two hours outside of Cape Town, the Cederberg region is well worth exploring. Towering mountains, purple and orange sunsets, winding rivers, it’s an unspoiled paradise waiting to be explored. Some of the destinations to explore within the Cederberg region include Clanwilliam and Citrusdal

West Coast

Featuring coastal towns such as Paternoster, Langebaan, Saldanha and many more, the Cape West Coast is an excellent road trip route for travellers looking to explore the Western Cape province and beyond

Stretching from Cape Town to the Northern Cape border, the West Coast is made famous by its centuries-old rock art, historic towns and small fishing villages. Camper hire Cape Town is your best option for ensuring you get to see these locations within a limited time schedule.

Why hire a camper in Cape Town with Drive South Africa

Drive South Africa operates through an established network of camper hire Cape Town affiliates to bring you high quality, latest model and lowest mileage campervans from convenient locations in Cape Town, Cape Town Airport and throughout South Africa.

Our wide selection of campers start at the basic 2-berth cheap camper hire, suitable for couples or pairs of people wanting to experience a self-drive South African holiday. If you need to accommodate larger families, 6-berth and luxury camper travel is also an option.