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Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Namibia are Hertz, Thrifty, Europcar, Avis and Bidvest.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Namibia are March and May.
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Hire a car in Namibia
Forget the man-made designs and city grids. Namibia is all about nature.
The country’s landscape is undoubtedly captivating but it's also unforgiving, which is perhaps why Namibia has remained one of the world’s most sparsely populated countries. Home of the Namib Desert, mountainous sand dunes and steep canyons, Namibia can astonish even the most seasoned traveller.
Sights to see
A mix of classic African landscapes and bright modern cities, Namibia is one of the most diverse countries on the continent. From the incredible teeming wildlife of the Etosha National Park to the leafy cosmopolitan capital city Windhoek, Namibia offers an amazing range of attractions.
Things to do in Namibia
Covered in vast desert terrain, huge gaping canyons, lush mountainous pastures and bountiful savannah plains Namibia is an awe-inspiring country. Stretching from the Kalahari Desert right to the rugged Atlantic coastline, there is such diversity of natural wonders to see and experience that many people come for a week and stay for a month. Windhoek, the tiny capital, is a pleasant African city at 1660m above sea level. From here you can explore the country more fully. Etosha National Park is one of the best places in Africa to view an astonishing variety of big game, including leopards, lions, elephants, buffalo and cheetah.
Namibia: Discover more
One of Namibia's unique and striking natural features is the incredible Fish River Canyon. 160km long and 27km wide, it's an enormous series of gorges with breath-taking views of the surrounding countryside. Another fascinating Namibian attraction is the bizarre small German colonial town of Luderitz. Situated on the rocky Atlantic coastline (covered with African penguins and sea lions), Luderitz is packed with quintessentially German amenities, such as delicatessens and coffee shops. It's possible one of the most surreal locations in Africa!