Is camping part of your itinerary in Namibia, Botswana? Our Double Cab Nissan 4x4s are the most popular vehicles used for camping. They can fit up to 4 adults or travel with 2 and make use of the car's larger space behind the front seats. Our cars come equipped with a canopy, 1 or 2 double roof tents and the option of all the camping equipment hire needed to make your journey a comfortable experience. We also offer extra assistance with itineraries and bookings should you require it.
Our Nissan Double Cab hire vehicles are 2018 and 2019 models.
The Double Cab version can be enjoyed by up to 4 adults.
The powerful 2.5L diesel engine and the extended long range 140L fuel tank will give you the freedom to explore even further.
Airconditioner | Radio/CD Player
Our vehicles are equipped with 1 or 2 Double Roof Tents and the option of all necessary Camping Equipment needed for your journey.
They also include: Fridge 1 Spare Tyre.
In Namibia we drive on the left side of the road. The roads vary considerably but are mostly uniformly well signposted in English and the majority have traffic lights. This makes self-driving in Namibia a preference.
We have 3 different types of road surfaces in Namibia:
National speed limits inside towns will vary between 40-60kph whilst outside of town they will vary between 80-120kph. These roads often have long straight sections. There are a few dangers to look out for. Game and livestock are mostly fenced off but sometimes do wander out onto the open road. These roads connect the main cities in Namibia and you will therefore find trucks travelling on the roads. They often use their indicators to let you know you can overtake, but we recommend that you ignore this and only overtake when you can actually see that it is safe to do so.
National travel speeds on these roads is an absolute maximum of 80 kph. They are usually fine for normal lower clearance 2WDs, but in some cases the surface of the gravel roads are not good and we urge drivers to reduce their speed. You may encounter river crossings and mountain passes on these roads. These are hazardous areas for any car and you will be notified by warning signs along the road. We recommend that you reduce your speed on these sections as well. The gravel of these roads varies from coarse to fine sand and dust. We urge drivers to reduce speed while overtaking due to flying stones and dust clouds.
These roads are found at the coastal cities and the same recommendations as gravel roads apply. Their surfaces are a combination of salt water, gypsum, sand and/or gravel that is then baked in the sun. These roads can present various dangers. If they are wet, due to rain or heavy fog, which is a common occurrence near the coast, they can become slippery. For that reason we urge car drivers to keep to a maximum speed of 80kph.