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Avis car hire in East London

  • 1. East London Downtown

    Address: 8A Devereux Ave Vincent, East London

    Phone: 27 43 727 1324

    East London Downtown

  • 2. East London Airport

    Address: East London Airport, East London

    Phone: 27 43 709 8200

    East London Airport

  • 3. East London Van And 4X4

    Address: Vans Motor City Office Park Stork Street Beacon Bay, East London

    Phone: 27 43 748 5577

    East London Van And 4X4

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East London Car Rental

Unbeatable destination for a beach holiday, East London’s main draw is its subtropical climate and beaches. Explore all the fun things to do in East London from the comforts of your Avis car rental. Relatively uncrowded, it is the gateway to South Africa's spectacular Wild Coast.

Explore East London

Grand sweep of beaches backed by extreme water-sports makes it a perfect holiday spot. Unlike other beach town, East London has a laid back vibe allowing you to explore at your own pace.

Featuring relatively warm water from the Indian Ocean, popular beaches include Orient Beach perfect for families with kids, Eastern Beach with great surfing opportunities, Nahoon Beach for swimming and surfing, and a blue flag Gonubie Beach known for its pristine water.

Go dolphin spotting on Esplanade Street in Quigney, visit the East London Museum for a fascinating lesson in natural history and to see the last remaining dodo egg, check out the striking architecture of City Hall, admire the South African works of art at Ann Bryant Art Gallery, Listen to jazz at Imbizo African Cuisine and Jazz Café, embark on Wild Coast Horseback Adventures, and don’t forget East London’s fiery sunsets?

Beyond East London

About 33 kms from East London lies the Inkwenkwezi Private Game Reserve spanning 4000 hectares with diverse wildlife including rhinos, elephants, giraffes, buffalos, zebras, antelope, and lions in addition to 180 species of birds. For the Big Five safari animals, drive to Mpongo Private Game Reserve, 35 kms from East London.

For a peek into the traditional life of the local Xhosa people, drive 30 kms from the city centre to Khaya La Bantu Cultural Village. Witness the traditional dance performance and feast on the local meal prepared in the communal kitchen.