Namibia 4WD Campervan Rental
Compare 4×4 Camper Rental, Motorhome Hire & RV Rental in Namibia
It is difficult to talk about Namibia without using superlatives! Here you will find the highest sand dunes in the world, the oldest and driest desert in the world and some of the most spectacular sunsets you will ever see. If you have not yet visited this country of dramatic diversity, now is the time to book your Namibia 4WD campervan rental or motorhome hire online and start planning an adventure you will never forget. Motorhome rentals, campervan hire and recreational vehicles (RV) rentals in Namibia are available from Windhoek with both Kea Campers and Caprivi Campervans; as well as a number of smaller towns and cities.
Namibia is a land of wide open spaces where you can drive for miles without seeing a soul – it is the perfect country to explore in your Namibia 4WD campervan rental or campervan hire, because you have the freedom to stop a while whenever you come across something that makes you want to linger a little longer. Sleep under the wide African sky, listen to the silence of the wilds and experience the true essence of Namibia.
Namibia Motorhome and Camping Car rental options
Some parts of the world were just made for camping, and Namibia is one of these! There are many different pick-up locations where you can collect your Namibia camper hire and the rental options available to you will differ according to where you want to go – in some of the more remote areas a motorhome rental would be impractical and you need a more rugged 4WD campervan rental in Namibia which comes with everything you need for comfortable camping. Read a few articles and blogs to see where other intrepid adventurers have been, get some itineraries and then decide which rental option is the best for your route.
Where to go and what to see in your Namibia campervan hire
Where you take your Namibia 4WD campervan rental will largely depend on how much time you have at your disposal; you need a good 3 weeks to see a fair bit of the country in a relaxed way, but there are shorter itineraries which include some of the major sights, national parks and game reserves – be warned though, you will spend quite a lot of time driving on a short visit, so try and arrange to come here when you have at least a few weeks to get the most out of your adventure. Some of the best places to include in your itinerary: