4x4 Hire Namibia
Africa’s fifth largest country is a true wilderness, famous for its endless landscapes, beautiful desolation, fantastic game parks and interesting fauna and flora. The possibilities to explore this land become boundless with Namibia 4x4 hire.
Experience Africa with 4x4 Rental Namibia
Namibia 4x4 self-drive offers the intrepid explorer a wealth of opportunities in all directions from Windhoek. To the north lies Etosha Pan and the game parks, to the west is the skeleton coast and Swakopmund, to the south the undulating dunes of the Namib Desert and to the west the Botswana border. 4wd rental Namibia presents a range of technically challenging terrain for enthusiasts, while navigable to most skill levels, the 4x4 driver looking for a landscape to test his or hers ability won’t be short of options. Drive South Africa has a reliable, cost effective 4x4 car rental in Namibia to make your Namibia holiday an adventure.
Putting explorers in 4x4 hire Namibia cars since 2002, Drive South Africa’s industry knowledge, hands on experience in 4wd drive holidays and trained staff are ready to make your Namibia vacation an unforgettable experience.
Access Southern Africa and East Africa by 4x4 Hire Namibia
Drive South Africa specializes in Namibia 4x4 car hire, we offer 4wd advice, fully equipped 4x4 rental vehicles, 4x4 off road adventure and self-drive wildlife safaris.
Through our trusted Namibia car hire affiliates we offer a wide range of 4x4 car rental, and collection and drop off points in Namibia, Botswana and South Africa. 4x4 delivery and one-way routes can be arranged with Drive South Africa for all countries in Southern and East Africa, making the execution of your self-drive holiday easy and convenient. Please confirm with one of our trained consultants regarding one-way charges and delivery fees for Africa 4x4 rental.
Drive South Africa has three main hubs for Southern Africa 4x4 hire: Botswana, South Africa and 4x4 car hire in Namibia. Car hire has never been this easy.
We can arrange for 4wd rental cars to be taken across borders and into all Southern Africa and East Africa countries, though some countries may require additional documentation (for example Tanzania and Kenya.)
4x4 hire Namibia is a popular way to see Namibia, many of our clients prefer the diversity and flexibility a 4wd vehicle offers them, and being able to take your rental car into all Southern and East Africa countries means that all the attractions offered by Namibia might only be the beginning of your adventure. Check out our sister site for Namibia Travel packages.
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Fully Equipped 4x4 Hire
Drive South Africa has an option of fully equipped 4x4 hire Namibia, complete with camping and safari equipment. This equipment provided covers basic requirements for 4wd excursions ranging from African wildlife safaris to camping and off road safaris. Please see our Camping and Safari Equipment page for details of what is included in this option.
Namibia 4x4 rental cars offer several insurance packages designed to cover the vehicle, these options extend to cover fully equipped 4x4s when applicable:
- Standard Cover Insurance
- Medium Cover Insurance
- Super Cover Insurance
- Zero Insurance Excess
Our 4x4 hire cars are sourced through trusted affiliates operating in Namibia, Botswana and South Africa providing a wide range of vehicles from reputable suppliers.
Online Namibia car hire by Drive South Africa
Drive South Africa's online 4x4 car hire booking system allows you to compare 4x4 rental prices and obtain quotes on vehicle hire, helping you get the best value and cheap 4x4 rental prices.
We look forward to putting you in the driving seat of the perfect 4x4 for your Namibia holiday.Related articles:
What happens on a game drive?
Game drives are an integral part of any safari. You’ll head out into the wilderness with your trained and knowledgeable guide in one of our specialised vehicles. We have both closed and open-sided vehicles, so everyone is guaranteed a window seat for the best view of the action.
How do I change my wheel on a 4x4 vehicle?
Firstly, you must try and get your vehicle as level as possible. However, once you get your vehicle levelled - place steady rocks around the other three wheels. After that, ensure that the car won't roll or move while you’re changing the tyres. Once you’re done - you may remove the spare wheel.
Before jacking, ensure that you have a nice and securing jacking point underneath the axle. Once you’ve raised the vehicle sufficiently, you may remove the remaining wheel nuts as well as the wheel - and replace it with the spare wheel. Note, It's important to tighten them alternatively, so every second nut can swing across nicely. To know more about changing a wheel on a 4x4 vehicle, watch this video clip - http://bit.ly/2h5daLK
What are the rules for crossing borders into Namibia?
The rules for crossing borders into Namibia are as follow;
You need to have Passport and Visa, Driver's license, International driver’s license, ZA Stickier, white and red reflective tape, yellow and blue Namibia warning triangle, vehicle registration (vehicle license papers), police clearance certificate and letter of authority. To read more, visit - http://bit.ly/2buZcAG
Can money be deposited into the company’s bank account?
Yes, money can be deposited into the company’s bank account.
Can I cross rivers with a 4x4 vehicle?
Crossing through water with a 4x4 vehicle should be done with care. A general rule of thumb is to not try to cross any water source that is deeper than half the wheel.
When crossing a river, always take a look at the terrain around you and walk in the river before trying to cross it. If you can’t walk or stand in the river, find a different place to cross. Drowning a 4x4 is negligence, and won’t be covered by your vehicle insurance.
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