Car Rental Tanzania, 4×4 Long term Car hire: Self Drive Tanzania.
Car Rental Congo offers reliable car rental in Tanzania with excellent customer service and premium vehicles. you will be able to begin your journey with speed and convenience. Easily book one of our affordable car rental deals in Tanzania online. We are sure to have the right rental car to match your budget and mobility needs.
Self Drive in Tanzania: Planning for Car Rental in Tanzania or Self-drive Trip in Tanzania to visit over national parks known for wildlife and primates like Chimpanzee in Gombe! Whether your on the project in Tanzania and looking for project land cruisers and pickups which are 4×4? Select the 4×4 car rental fleets with Africa’s longest car hire firm operating in Tanzania managed by the native.
Our Services in Tanzania
Our online booking page offers you a quick and convenient way to rent a car in East Africa. You can include any extras you need to make your journey more comfortable and secure. Along with our great car rental deals in Tanzania, we offer attractive rates on a number of optional features. Consider tacking on add-ons like child seats, GPS, Glass Damage Waiver.
Which vehicle class is right for me during Tanzania Safari?
- Compact cars are great for densely populated cities and paved roads in Africa.
- Sedans are a good choice for long-distance trips between cities as they provide superb comforts and ample legroom.
- Station wagons and SUVs are ideal if you are looking for more space mostly self-drive around lake Victoria.
- Large groups can take advantage of 7 to 9-seater minivans and some even can provide a selection of 12, 15, and even 17-seater passenger vans.
Car Rental Fleets in Tanzania
Car Rental Congo offers Saloon cars, Suv cars, 4WD Land Cruisers, Minibusses, Double Cabins for your rental Arusha Tanzania to visit northern Tanzania on one way Car Rental in Africa.
Land Cruiser Lx.
Get the latest Land cruiser 78 series with rooftop tent for a self-drive safari in Tanzania with Car Rental Congo. Book a 4wd Land cruiser without a driver from $ 130/day for adventure to mountain Kilimanjaro.
Land Cruiser V8
Book LandCruiser v8 for a great adventure and explore Lake Manyara National Park for Wildlife & Kilimanjaro trek on the most affordable rate from USD 120/day with Rooftop Tent.
Land Cruiser Prado
Book Toyota land cruiser Prado with the pop-up roof to enjoy wildlife viewing in Savannah parks of Tanzania ( Serengeti National Park, Tarangire & Lake Manyara Park) at the most affordable rate: from 110$ / day.
Facts about Tanzania
The Republic of Tanzania is a country in East Africa within the African Great Lakes region. It borders Uganda to the north; Kenya to the northeast; the Comoro Islands and the Indian Ocean to the east; Mozambique and Malawi to the south; Zambia to the southwest; and Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west. Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, is in northeastern Tanzania.
How to access Tanzania
Most transport in Tanzania is by road, with road transport constituting over 75 percent of the country’s freight traffic and 80 percent of its passenger traffic. The road system is in generally poor condition and travelers that select to self-drive in Tanzania are advised to take a driver or have an emergency helpline for the car rental company.
Tanzania has two railway companies: TAZARA, which provides service between Dar es Salaam and Kapiri Mposhi (in a copper-mining district in Zambia), and Tanzania Railways Limited, which connects Dar es, Salaam, with central and northern Tanzania.
Tourists Attractions in Tanzania
Tanzania is a huge country so be sure to plan long-distance trips carefully. Roadside crime is quite common so avoid picking up hitchhikers. Keep your doors locked and try to avoid traveling in remote areas at night. It is also worth noting that thieves have employed various methods to stop cars including placing rocks in the road if you encounter this don’t stop but drive around it and continue your journey mostly when you are in the rift valley side of Tanganyika.
The vast majority of tourists visit Zanzibar or a “northern circuit” of Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, and Mount Kilimanjaro.
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