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Avis car hire in Cape Town

  • 1. Airport Industria Cape Town

    Address: 15 Tower Road Airport Industria, Cape Town

    Phone: 21 9273001

    Airport Industria Cape Town

  • 2. Cape Town International Airport

    Address: Cape Town International Apt, Cape Town

    Phone: 21 927 8800

    Cape Town International Airport

  • 3. Cape Town Downtown

    Address: 123 Strand Street, Cape Town

    Phone: 21 424 1177

    Cape Town Downtown

  • 4. Van Rental Cape Town

    Address: Vans 2 Quality Street Maitland, Cape Town

    Phone: 21 511 7181

    Van Rental Cape Town

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Self Drive Car Rental Cape Town

Often hailed as the ‘Mother City’ of Africa, Cape Town, is inviting and engulfed by natural beauty, sitting between the peaks and water. Some of South Africa’s best beaches perch alongside Cape Town’s coastline. The Table Mountain makes for the ideal platform to feast your eyes on breathtaking panoramic views, with its slopes encased in botanical gardens.

A city as beautiful as cape Town, is best explored in the comforts of your Avis car rental.

Popular car hire locations include:
− Airport Industria
− Cape Town Car Hire
− Cape Town International Airport
− Cape Town Trailer Rentals

Offering a truly diverse set of resources from adventure sports, botanical gardens, wine region, sun kissed beaches, to Malay culture, nip around the city in your Avis car hire to explore all the local peculiarities.

Explore Cape Town

A dream destination for any traveller, Cape Town, is ever evolving and is no more just ‘a pretty face’. It is one of the latest art hubs on the world map and epicurean delights are beyond moreish. Hire an Avis car rental from one of the many popular locations in the city and start your adventure from the Table Mountain, a reminder of the magnificent beauty that Cape Town is. Most captured South African landmark, you can view the entire Cape Peninsula from its summit. Amongst other things to do in Cape Town, includes a visit to the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens on the eastern slope of Table Mountain. Also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, these garden are a proof that not all gardens are created equal. One of the earliest botanical gardens in the world, they are immersed in indigenous flora – with more than 20000 species.

In your Avis car hire, drive to Central Cape Town to explore the candy-hued buildings of Bo-Kaap set on the slopes of Signal Hill. Drive further to Victoria and Albert Waterfront, a starting points for tours to the infamous Robben Island, that houses the prison complex that held Nelson Mandela.

What’s cape Town without its beaches - Camps Bay and Clifton will lure you with glistening white-sand beaches and azure water. They also offer plenty of adventure sports for active travellers and chic cafés for the laid back ones. The city is also a great place to witness some of the best oceanic fauna. Great White Shark Cage Dives is a good place to come face-to-face with these magnificent creatures.

City Hall & the Castle of Good Hope, The Heart of Cape Town Museum, Iziko Museums of South Africa, The District Six Museum, Constantia the oldest wine producing area, and Woodstock – the hipster district of Cape Town are some of the places you must visit in your Avis car rental in cape Town.

Beyond Cape Town

Although Cape Town captures the true spirit of South Africa, there is much that lies beyond it. Make the most of your Avis car rental by exploring sights outside of the boundaries of the Mother City.

Boulder’s Bay, located in Simon’s Town, is about an hour’s drive from Cape Town and can be reached by passing through the Chapmans Peak and Kommetjie for the scenic route. The highlight of this trip are the endangered African penguins waddling around the beach. Get up close with these adorable creatures and take pictures with them. Boulder’s Bay also offers many water sports like kitesurfing and scuba diving.

Cape point, one of the most dynamic promontories, makes for another great day-trip from Cape Town, being just 60 kms away. The drive along the Cape Peninsula takes you along a scenic route, passing by Muizenberg, Kalk Bay and Simon's Town. Enjoy breathtaking scenery and discover diverse wildlife.

Stellenbosch Wine Route is definitely worth exploring for some of the finest wines in the world. The route is surrounded by mountain views and of course, vineyards, making it a sought after tourist destination in Western Cape. Sample some world-class wines and visit museums along the route for some insight into the history of some of the oldest farms.

Cape Town makes for an excellent base for detours. Some more day trips you can undertake in your Avis car rental include, The Whale Route, The Karoo, and West Coast.