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    South Africa mixes some of the oldest and most ancient history in the existence of the world as well as the modernism of golf and relaxing while laying on the beach. You have over 11 official languages, culminating and making up this glorious mix of cultures. With wine country, shark diving, golfing, hiking, and pretty much everything you’ve ever wanted to do – South Africa is the perfect place for adventure enthusiasts and history buffs. With a population of over 50 million, you’ll find no place quite like South Africa.

    Contrary to the popular skewed view of Africa, South Africa is the world’s largest producers of gold making it an obvious reason why tourism is booming. With an abundance of wealth developing, the roads are getting better and the ability to journey outward from South Africa is becoming easier and easier. With borders like Namibia and Mozambique as well as many other fascinating countries, you’ll certainly have your hands full when you’re not going on a safari and enjoying the world-class nightlife, especially if you want to travel further into the heart of Africa.

    Minibus and minivan rentals have been added recently to the services provided by MPVRentals. The response has been good with a high demand for self drive multi-seater cars that will seat 7,9,10,12 or 14 passengers. The Toyota Quantum that can seat 10 in comfort has recently been added by Hertz to their fleet in South Africa. The ever popular T5 VW Combi is available with THrifty. We also offer an extensive range of budget 5 seater car categories to prestige luxury full size cars

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    Recommended MPV and Car driving Routes in South Africa

    South Africa is massive. With that being said, you have a million different zigzagging routes to anything you want to see. What is important to note is that you need to be an experienced driver if you’re going to be adventuring far off the path. With how big it is and how dangerous some of the roads can be, if you’re not experienced you might find yourself stranded and having a true adventure to find safety! However, if you want waterfalls, deserts, and national parks – you’ve found the right place to drive. One of the most famous is the trip to the Royal Natal National Park and game reserve, which is then followed by a reflection of those events on the drive to Zululand to relax on the beaches. You can also head to the grasslands, red dunes, and woodlands of Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. If you want deserts, no place is better than making a journey from Upington to the Kalahari Desert. (One of Africa’s most famous deserts!)

    If you are a fan of long drives, take the Garden Route on the N2 for the 800-kilometer drive from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. This is one of South Africa’s most famous drives and also one of the most famous in the world!

    If you find yourself able to take the West Rand tour around the UNESCO Heritage Site the Cradle of Humankind you’ll certainly find yourself in for a serious treat. Here you’ll see where the 2.3 million-year-old fossils were found, as well as head through places like the Magaliesburg mountain range and Krugersdorp Game Reserve.

    Best time to visit South Africa

    Due to its clement weather, South Africa can be visited at any time of the year with Christmas being a very popular time.

    Driving in South Africa

    Speed limits:
    Urban areas: 50kph.
    National highways: 90kph.
    Motorways: 120kph.

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