The location is situated at 341 Koeberg Road, Brooklyn, Cape Town, 7441.
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South Africa driving routes
Of course, the most famous road trip route in South Africa is the Garden Route. This can be done in anywhere from 3 days to 2 weeks depending on how much time you have to spend along the way. Grab your rental car in Cape Town and add some extra stops to the route, or start at Port Elizabeth and take your rental car on this most infamous of road trips. Check this blog post for the ultimate Garden Route road trip itinerary.
South Africa car rental
Driving in South Africa is on the left with right hand side drive vehicles. Roads are generally good and you may not necessarily need to rent a 4x4 in South Africa. You may find yourself driving very long distances so make sure you stop frequently as fatigue is the main cause of road accidents. Also refuel regularly as fuel stations can be few and far between.
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With golden beaches, jagged mountains and national parks full to the brim with exciting and beautiful wildlife, South Africa is the holiday capital of Africa, visited by over 10 million tourists per year. Topping the long list of attractions in South Africa is its remarkable wildlife and amazing natural scenery. From plains, mountains and deserts to coastal and ocean, South Africa’s National Parks and Reserves have a multitude of flora and fauna to explore.
Dining in South Africa
The Braii (South African barbeque), is practically a religion in South Africa. Almost all campsites, parks and picnic spots have built-in Braii facilities. The long and bountiful coastline provides plenty of fresh seafood, and the warm coastal climate gives a Mediterranean feel to much of South African cuisine. The country’s multi-cultural heritage is reflected in the variety of culinary offerings.
In Johannesburg, soak up local food and live music at Neighbourgoods, an offshoot of the popular Cape Town Market, held in Braamfontein. On Sundays, try Maboneng’s Market on Main for local food. This rejuvenated area – ‘place of light’ in Sotho – used to be synonymous with poverty and crime and lined with disused factories. Now, it’s a creative hub and also home to Arts on Main, which is filled with hip galleries, boutiques and cafés.
Visiting Cape Town
Unmissable Cape Town landmark, Table Mountain, is the crowning glory of this diverse and exciting city. Hop on the cable car to the top for panoramic views, or hike up through the Table Mountain National Park if you’re feeling fit. Visit Robben Island to see where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 years imprisoned on the island. Take a stroll down the V&A Waterfront for local specialties like Mulva Pudding in one of the many waterside restaurants.