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Car rental round trip - South Africa

Cape Town - The best of South Africa


  • Stay in a 4-star hotel with views of Table Mountain, Lions Head & Cape Town

  • Mid-range rental car and additional driver included

  • Flexible & independent on site, no group travel

  • Get to know the attractions in and around Cape Town

  • PREMIUM option

    On our PREMIUM tours, you will stay in selected upscale accommodations. For an offer, please specify this option in your request under your travel wishes. The price for this 7-day-long round trip incl. rental car & breakfast: from EUR 792 per person (flight not included)


On this car rental round trip, we will take you to the impressive metropolis of Cape Town. Let the beauty and multifaceted character of South Africa reel you in. Learn why the city is the most beautiful in the world according to everyone who visits it. The "Mother City" was celebrated as the World Design Capital in 2014. Yet the title is "only" a nice bonus, as eleven different languages and cultures contribute to an incomparable mix of styles in this metropolis.

Experience a distinctive landscape, culinary delights, diverse fauna and friendly people. We will take you to small, authentic hotels and lodges to guarantee your perfect vacation. Look forward to the wonder city at the Cape.



Cape Town

The best time to visit Cape Town is the South African spring, from September to November, and the fall, between April and May. Temperatures are pleasantly warm and rainfall is low. The summer months from December to February are also a popular time to travel. Since many accommodations become fully booked fast because of the South African summer vacations, we recommend booking your trip well in advance.

Today you will arrive at the airport in Cape Town and meet our local colleague. They will assist you with the rental car pick-up, after which you will head straight to your accommodation in Cape Town.

Over the course of the following days, you will have enough time to get to know the highlights in and around Cape Town! Mzansi fo sho! is a common phrase in South Africa. It means "South Africa, alright!", expressing the pride of South Africans in their country. We recommend a city tour today to get your bearings in the metropolis.

6 nights in Cape Paradise Lodge**** with breakfast in Double Room, Cape Town, South Africa

PREMIUM option: 6 nights at Welgelegen Boutique Hotel**** with breakfast in Superior Room, Cape Town, South Africa

Today we suggest taking a cable car detour to the famous Table Mountain (optional). Together with Signal Hill and Lions Head, Table Mountain prevails in the cityscape and gives the skyline an unmistakable look. But it’s not just abou the fantastic view. Nature enthusiasts should explore the biodiversity and landscape of the mountain. Ibex, baboons or porcupines cavort here and, with a bit of luck, you can see several animal species at once. If you want to get active, you can also hike up. About 300 hiking trails lead up to this Cape Town landmark. Enjoy the breathtaking view of the vibrant metropolis from the top!


After a hearty breakfast, you can explore the Cape Peninsula! Drive to the world-famous Cape of Good Hope, visit Cape Point and see the adorable penguins at Boulders Beach (optional).

The drive to Cape Point must be a part of the itinerary on any Cape Town trip (optional). Once on the peninsula, you can see both peaks - Cape Point, the geographical meeting point of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and the Cape of Good Hope. You can explore beautiful bays with gorgeous hiking trails and magnificent ocean views here.

The penguin colony in Simon's Town is an extraordinary experience. If you want to swim with the cute tailcoats, you should do it at low tide because small fine sandy bays become more evident. Furthermore, the landscape at Boulders Beach with its granite rocks is absolutely worth seeing (optional). An insider tip from us: If you feel like going to the beach and enjoying the water, we recommend the small beach of Llandudno. It is a real gemand, hidden on the west coast of the Cape region.

A township tour is essential. This is where the African heart of the city beats (optional). We recommend an excursion to Uthando. By visiting one of these townships, you will learn more about the life and culture of the suburban settlement.

In the evening, we recommend a visit to a cozy restaurant on Long Street, Kloof Street or at the waterfront. Whether it’s freshly caught fish or exotic game meat such as crocodile, kudu, ostrich - everything can be tasted here. Enjoy the view of the illuminated Table Mountain in the evening.

If you haven't been high up on Lion's Head or Signal Hill yet, you should do it today. The climb to the top is a bit arduous, but you will be rewarded with a breathtaking view of Table Bay and the city. By the way, shopping enthusiasts will feel right at home at the V&A Waterfront. You can also see seal colony that lives here up close.

Robben Island, which lies about ten kilometers north of Cape Town, has been associated with the struggle against apartheid in South Africa for years. No "residents" could enjoy the spectacular view of the former prison island - Cape Town's harbor, the skyline, the beaches, with the Table Mountain massif towering over everything behind them.

For 18 years, Nelson Mandela was the most prominent prisoner. In 1999, three years after the last inmates left, UNESCO included the island in its World Heritage list. No other place in South Africa better documents the country's history. Departures to Robben Island happen five times a day, from the V&A Waterfront (optional). Guided tours focus on the authenticity of the place. The estimated duration for this experience is 4 hours.


You can enjoy the evening with a walk along the promenade in Sea Point - a gigantic catwalk and the longest treadmill in the city. This is where all active Capetonians jog in the morning and evening, basking in the views.

Fancy another excursion beyond the city limits of Cape Town today? (optional) Just on the backside of Table Mountain lies another paradise - the Winelands. The drive passes gorgeous green hills, orchards and picturesque wine estates. The lush valleys of the Winelands are surrounded by mountain ranges.

The fertile soil of Stellenbosch, Franschhoek and Paarl has made South African white, red and some dessert wines famous all over the world. This triangle of towns is the cradle of South African viticulture. Grapes have been grown and pressed here for more than 340 years. Savor what the region has to offer.


After breakfast, check-out takes place in the morning, depending on flight times and the drive to the airport in Cape Town. You will return your rental car and check-in for the return flight.

With many beautiful memories in your luggage, it is now time to say goodbye to one of the most beautiful countries in the world. We wish you a pleasant flight home!

Cape Paradise Lodge****, Cape Town, South Africa (6 nights)

Situated on the slopes of Table Mountain, this hotel offers magnificent views of the city and Lions Head. Each of the five rooms is decorated in African style and features a king-size bed or two double beds, a private bathroom with shower, heating and air conditioning. In addition, all rooms, except the Giraffe Room, are equipped with a veranda. Start the day with an English breakfast and the sun deck with outdoor pool invites you to relax. Several restaurants, bars and stores are within walking distance. The waterfront and the famous beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay are about a five-minute drive away.

Welgelegen Boutique Hotel****, Cape Town, South Africa (6 nights)

This boutique hotel is located right in the center of Cape Town and offers wonderful views of Table Mountain. The international airport is just 20 minutes away. The Gardens district is a 5-minute walk away. The surrounding area offers numerous local restaurants serving typical food and dishes. Breakfast is served in the property's courtyard overlooking the beautiful garden. The well-kept and spacious rooms feature a sitting area, air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs and complimentary tea/coffee facilities. Free Wi-Fi means you're always within easy reach.


  • 6 nights at the Cape Paradise Lodge including breakfast in a Double Room
  • 7 days of rental car, vehicle category K (Toyota RAV 4 or similar), including 1x additional driver, premium accident insurance (CDW), local supplement, premium theft insurance (TLW), Tourism Levy, unlimited kilometers, personal accident insurance (PAI), general liability insurance (General Public Liabilty Insurance), administration fee in case of accident / theft, VAT 14%, Third Party Insurance, tire, hubcap, rim, water, windshield, sandblast and underbody damage, automatic transmission, airbags, radio/CD, servo, air conditioning, 4 seats, Navi device.
  • Detailed travel documents including directions etc.
  • Small voluntary donation for a Rhino anti-poaching project in the Eastern Cape

Not included

  • International flights
  • Meals and beverages not mentioned in the scope of service
  • Additional costs for rental car (will be charged directly to your credit card): R 3.700 for the gasoline deposit, R 90 for the contract fee
  • Sightseeing, entrance fees, excursions (the listed program is a suggestion)
  • Visa fees
  • Personal expenses, like minibar and tips
  • Insurance

Additional experiences

Shark cage diving - South Africa

  1. Per person from 158 € excl. Flight
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Township Tour

  1. Price per person from 47 € excl. Flight
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Robben Island

  1. Price per person from 25 € excl. Flight
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City tour and Table Mountain

  1. Price per person from 33 € excl. Flight
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Cape Point and Cape Peninsula Excursion

  1. Price per person from 74 € excl. Flight
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Sunset Cruise & Sundowner

  1. Per person from 46 € excl. Flight
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