Africa on Wheels
Our Car Hire welcomes you to Namibia!
Namibia is made for nature lovers. The most intensive way to experience this land and its people is by doing a self-drive tour. Being independent of a set timetable and determining the travel route your self makes it possible to experience the uniqueness of Namibia. This includes a car hire company with German & Englisch speaking contact persons.
Africa on Wheels - Car rental in Namibia
At Africa on Wheels customer care is our highest priority. Africa on Wheels was established in 1999. The company was founded based on the high demand of used cars in a reliable Condition at a good price. Headquartered has Africa on Wheels Car Rental in Windhoek / Namibia.
Our years of experience we are happy to give to our customers as tips of vehicle handling and in personal introduction to the vehicles at hand over.
Our four wheel drive vehicle fleet
The fleet of Africa on Wheels Car Rental has a size of 50 vehicles. Africa on Wheels specializes primarily in the business of four-wheel-drive vehicles (4x4). The four-wheel drive selection offers adapted solutions for the Namibian infrastructure, as well as all the necessary camping gear. All vehicles are services by our own service garage in order to ensure flexibility and the highest security standards.
We now also offer newer / younger vehicles that are up to a maximum of 3 years old!
New - Off Road Dune Driving for Namibia self drivers
Africa on Wheels is now offering vehicles for Off-Road-Dune-Driving for self-drives. In addition to the countries Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe, you can now travel with our approval into Angola.
Dune driving tours refer to tours through marked "restricted area" parts of Namibia like the restricted areas of the Namib Desert. Only guided tours with tour operators such as URI ADVENTURES are allowed. Please indicate the tour operator that will be doing the dune driving tour with you!!!
Standard routes to e.g. Sossusvlei (marked as 4x4 routes) does not count as dune driving.
Namibia’s road network is known as one of the best in Africa. All of Namibia’s main roads are tarred. The majority of the roads are however sand and gravel roads. Our advice for all self-driving tours is therefore in the direction of the four-wheel drive, as they have better ground clearance and they offer a more comfortable driving experience, even on poor roads.
I am looking forward in welcoming you.
Your Ingo Bahr