Ethiopia Safaris: Ethiopia National Parks: Car Rental Congo.
Ethiopia’s spectacular network of national parks incorporates a wide variety of habitats, from the high-altitude forests and moors to white-water rivers and powerful waterfalls to lush jungles and even to the depths of the Danakil Depression which is one of the lowest drylands on Earth.
Being a country of natural contrasts, a visit to its string of national parks allow visitors to enjoy the diverse scenery, wildlife, and the unique kind of adventure that’s truly unparalleled in Africa.
Getting around Ethiopia by car is a popular option amongst tourists who want to see as much of the country as possible and car rental congo recommended that selecting car rental & Driver is the best choice for you to explore Ethiopian National parks.
Car Rental Ethiopia: Self Drive Car hire
Foreigners visiting Ethiopia are recommended to hire an SUV with a driver who always has extensive knowledge of the local area and experience navigating Ethiopian roads, this option ensures a convenient and hassle-free trip.
Despite this, Car Rental Congo offers the option to hire a vehicle without a driver, mainly around Addis Ababa, but will require an Ethiopian permit and the Car hire can be arranged online or over the phone in advance.
Road Conditions in Ethiopia
The Road network in Ethiopia is improving and paved roads have increased in the region , this is the reason for the development in the tourism field . In southern Ethiopia routes have become increasingly vehicle-friendly, many areas can now be accessed all year round due to roads linking the Ethiopian capital to major towns and cities.
When on self drive adventure in Ethiopia, be aware of poorer conditions and potholes, especially in more remote locations where national parks are located and Special care should be taken when driving during the wet season as heavy rainfall can cause roads to become slippery.
See the tips to Drive in Ethiopia.
- Legal driving age: 18
- Speed limit: 30 miles per hour in towns and village, 60 miles per hour elsewhere
- Mobile phone usage whilst conducting a vehicle is prohibited
- Seat belts are compulsory for the driver of the vehicle
- Driving is on the right-hand side of the road