Cape Town

When people envision their trips to Cape Town, they love to put themselves in a safari on the Serengeti with the lions, elephants, giraffes, and a variety of other wonderful creatures. Cape Town is truly a fascinating place with an abundance of history. When we mean an abundance of history, we mean that remnants of civilization exist here from over 15,000 years ago. Cape Town now has a thriving historical society for the anthropology lovers, as well as a great art, live music, and wine scene. As you get to relax and enjoy them, you’ll see a wide variety of different landscapes that can only be found in South Africa.

The airport itself is actually the third busiest airport in all of Africa and is located 12 miles from the city center. It was originally established in 1954 and serves both international and domestic routes. With over 25 different airline companies that serve flights to a wide variety of destinations, you’ll certainly love having an airport as centrally located as this one to enjoy.

We have great rates on campervans, mobile homes and motorhomes with early bird discounts from top suppliers that include Britz, Maui, KEA, Bobo Campers, Energi Campers & Caprivi. Do really experience the beauty of South Africa the hiring a 4×4 camping van or mobile home is the only solution. We can provide one way rental from Cape Town to Durban, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, Upington, East London and Kempton Park. Vans picked from Cape Town may be returned to any of the following countries Tanzania, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia or Zimbabwe.


Cape Town Attractions by Motorhome Hire

The Garden Route, otherwise known as the N2, stretches from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth on an 800-kilometer journey. You’ll stop to play golf and enjoy the beaches in such infamous places as Mossel Bay, and also get to enjoy the wilderness along the drive. One of the great things about taking the N2 is the little lakes, beaches, and tiny shops and villages along the way that help you dive into the true South African culture.

Another beloved drive is for people who take the N7 to Namibia, and the N1 to Zimbabwe. They can also take the N2 which leads you to Durban and into Tsitsikamma National Park.

However, no drive is complete without taking the route from Cape Town along Route 62. Cape Town Route 62 begins in Cape Town and then to Oudtshoorn, through places with a rich history like Zoar and Amalienstein. Along the way, many people stop in cities like Wellington and Paarl.

If you get a chance, take the drive to Chapman’s Peak. Chapman’s Peak twists and turns 114 times into the Southern Peninsula. Here, you’ll get some of the most beautiful panoramic views of the coast.
You can also take the infamous Wine Routes to see the luscious valleys where famous wines like Constantia and Stellenbosch come from. Even if you aren’t a lover of wine, the drive is still remarkable.


Cape Town & Nearby Attractions

Campervan Hire Cape Town

Cape Town has a history of over 15,000 years, so of course it is going to be the hub of anthropology. The list of things to do in Cape Town seems to be never-ending, most people can spend years in the city itself and the surrounding areas before discovering all the little secrets that are offered.
One of the most famous activities is for families and solo travelers alike to take the cable car up Table Mountain. Most people love to hop on the cable car and enjoy a nice beer at sunset. It is truly a one-of-a-kind experience only to be found in Cape Town. You could also climb Table Mountain, yet it is not as easy that’s for sure! It takes around 2 hours climb.

Cape of Good Hope is another great views and scenery to relax. However, if you would really love to relax, you need to do so on some of the wonderful beaches. Places like False Bay and St. James offer some of the best swimming in all of Cape Town. If you would rather surf, a great place to learn would be Muizenberg. For the more experienced surfers, Dungeons has some of the biggest surfable waves in the world.


Campervan Driving Tips

Although it may seem tempting after visiting the wineries, do not drink and drive. This cannot be stressed enough. Penalties are harsh and will definitely ruin your holiday. You should also obey the speed limits. With a lot of farmland in the area, machinery can be found in random places and could certainly cause an accident. Bordeaux is generally a very safe place and you shouldn’t worry about driving around the area at any time of day or night. Just be sensible and you’ll certainly enjoy your holiday.

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