Cape Town presents superb open doors for adventure travelers and each new day brings an energizing experience. If you’ve at any point read a Cape Town travel can list, you will know how much there is to do in and around the city. Most guests, however, worry about transport in and around Cape Town, since a part of the Mother City’s tourist attraction sites aren’t close to each other. Luckily, there are a lot of choices accessible to suit all budget plans and car hire Cape Town is one of them.

Things to do & Places to visit around Cape Town

  • Enjoy a drink on top of Lion’s Head
  • Drive Chapman’s Peak to Cape Point
  • Head to Robben Island
  • Spend a weekend day at the Bay Harbor Market
  • Kirstenbosch Gardens
  • Surfing at Muizenberg Beach
  • The Boulders Beach penguins
  • Wine and dine in Stellenbosch
  • Pose for a photo in colorful Bo-Kaap
  • Visit the typical Costs in Cape Town

Best time to get around Cape Town

October to April are the best months to travel to Cape Town. Summer is December till March on this side of the globe, however the months leading and following are additionally gentle climate and very less tourist. The fall i.e. April to June is the perfect time to visit Cape Town to encounter the wine gather in the surrounding vineyards, while spring i.e. September to November is striking for views of the blossoms and purple jacaranda trees blooming over the city. Cape Town’s winters have a tendency to be blustery and stormy, particularly in June till August.

Prices are very high in December, even the affordable hotel rooms becoming impossible to get in the weeks around Christmas and New Year’s Eve. But, if you are in off-season prices are considerably less and you can stay and dine at some of the best resorts.

Car rental Cape Town

You can hire a car from Cape Town International Airport before even you land here, through many car rental companies available near the airport, for example, Car Hire. What’s more, a wide range of car organizations work within the Cape Town downtown area. The road infrastructure is amazing and street signs meet the highest international standards. If you are intending to drive to Cape Town from somewhere else in South Africa, there are three routes driving into Cape Town:

  • The N2 from the Garden Route and Overberg via Somerset West and Cape Town International Airport;
  • The N7 from the West Coast and Namibia
  • The N1 from Johannesburg via the Karoo and the Cape Winelands

So, if you are planning for trip to Cape Town, car rental Cape Town would be a top up. Explore at your own pace.