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The vibrant and multicultural nation of South Africa is still rebuilding from its devastating apartheid past, but as one of the quickest growing tourist destinations in the world, the country is very much looking towards the future and always ready to welcome visitors seeking unforgettable adventures.

South Africa’s two biggest airports, Johannesburg and Cape Town, receive flights from major European and North American cities each day. Both airports are also important South Africa car hire hubs. Touring South Africa by hire car not only allows visitors to explore the country at their own pace, but is generally safe as long as common sense is used and proper precautions are taken.

Guided tours of Soweto, Johannesburg’s most notorious township, are also safe, despite the city’s reputation for violent crime. Just a brief drive away by South Africa hire car is the relatively calmer city of Pretoria, which is filled with fascinating monuments and museums, and whose tree lined streets have earned it the nickname of Jacaranda City. The Indian and Atlantic oceans intersect at the coast of Cape Town, one of the world’s most beautiful cities situated at the foot of majestic Table Mountain.

The Cape Point Nature Reserve’s unforgettable wilderness, the relaxing Franschoek and Stellenbosch vineyards, and a variety of beautiful beaches are all only a brief drive from Cape Town by cheap South Africa hire car.

The best place to see South Africa’s wildlife is Kruger National Park, the largest in the country. Bordering Zimbabwe and Mozambique, visitors frequently spot lions, giraffes, elephants, and many other animals that only live in zoos in Europe and North America.