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South Africa Self Drive & Car Hire

South Africa is perhaps one of the most straight forward countries in the African continent to visit, the infrastructure is generally very good, English is commonly spoken and facilities are of a good standard. South Africa is, of course, home to exciting wildlife and the famous Kruger National Park, breathtaking scenery and culture/history. Take in neighbouring countries such as landlocked Swaziland and Lesotho, hike in the Drakensburg, and continue your journey through to Addo Elephant Park, the wonderful Garden Route on the coast, the wild Karoo and finally Cape Town - a hugely dynamic and lively city.

Put this together with tarred roads in most locations (only a few roads in remote areas or in some of the quieter sections of National Parks are gravel), good signposting, ahuge and wide selection of accommodation, camping and Government run establishments and you are all set for your self drive. We will create an itinerary for you

Let us know the following:
How long you wish to travel,
The level of comfort you are after - camping/accommodated etc
Where you want to start and finish your trip and any "must see" destinations
How many people are travelling and if you have any children (if so, how are they are)
When you plan to travel
We can then put a specific trip together to suit your requirements, alternatively, look at a couple of the suggested trips, or even a scheduled safari and we can work on this as a benchmark for you

Contact us for more details and information

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Self Drive Safaris In South Africa

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Air Namibia Namibia Tourism Board Budget Car Rentals Tour and Safari Association

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Contact Details

Phone: (+264) 61 - 309387
Fax: (+264) 61 - 220885
Email: info@chameleonholidays.com
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5-6 Voigt Street North
Central Windhoek

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Chameleon Holidays & Travel
P.O. Box 6107
Windhoek
Namibia