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Specialists in Luxury African Lodge Safaris

Car Hire

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Lodges in Africa represents Europcar Car Hire. Europcar was established in Paris in 1949, and over fifty years later, they still maintain their values of hospitality and warmth in their relationships with clients.


1. How do you calculate your daily rental charges?

Daily rental charges are calculated in cycles of 24 hours. If you exceed your rental period, you are automatically charged for an additional day.

2. What happens if I extend my rental without permission?

If you extend your rental without permission, you will no longer be covered by our waivers.

3. Is petrol included in my rental rate?

No, petrol is not included in your rental. Vehicles are rented with a full tank of petrol and you are responsible for all refuelling costs thereafter. You will be charged for a full tank of petrol when you return the vehicle. We do suggest though that you ask your rental agent when you collect your car about our fuel purchase option. This allows you buy the fuel in the tank of the car before you depart on your journey and not be charged for a full tank on your return. Most people return the car half full, but get charged for a full tank.

4. What is the smallest vehicle available for me to hire?

The Hyundai Atos is the smallest car available for hire in our fleet.

5. What is the most reasonably priced air conditioned vehicle available for me to hire?

The Hyundai Atos is the most affordable air conditioned vehicle available for hire.

Toll Roads – South Africa

Toll costs range from R2.00 to R40.00. Visitors must ensure that they have South African currency available as toll roads are found on most of the major routes. Some toll roads accept major credit cards.

Additional services offered by Europcar:

Cellphone rentals
GPS Audio Tours
GPS Navigation Guide

It is important to note that, in Southern Africa, all vehicles are driven on the left hand side of the road.