Africa

Cheap Car Rentals in Africa

Cape Town, South Africa
17 Dec — 24 Dec
Same drop-off
Cape Town, South Africa
Sat 17/12
Noon
Sat 24/12
Noon
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What is the cheapest time to rent a car in Africa?

January

RM 136

February

RM 171

March

RM 171

April

RM 176

May

RM 149

June

RM 149

July

RM 154

August

RM 154

September

RM 149

October

RM 140

November

RM 136

December

RM 171

Currently, the cheapest month to rent a car in Africa is April. The most expensive time to rent a car is July. The cheapest prices for each month are shown above, but prices will vary based on availability, how far out you book your rental car, and of course, car type.

Compare available car types for hire in Africa

Small cars

RM 52 - RM 214

All Car Types

RM 52 - RM 442

To hire a Small car in Africa, you would pay an average price of RM 95/day. January is the cheapest month to hire a Small car in Africa (~RM 52/day), while the most expensive month to hire that same car type is August (~RM 214/day). In fact, January is about 46% cheaper than prices during the rest of the year to book a Small hire for Africa. When comparing with other car types available for hire in Africa, hiring a Small car saves you 45% in costs. Please note that average prices are based on historical data and can vary depending on how early you book, availability for your travel dates, and vehicle popularity.

Car Rental FAQs

How much does it cost to hire a car in Africa for a week from Europcar?

Europcar offers hire cars in Africa for about RM 1,052 per week on average.

How far in advance should I hire a car in Africa for the best price?

Hiring your favourite car model can become more difficult the closer you are to your desired travel date. It’s ideal to book early to have that peace of mind. An early booking can save you up to 10% in Africa - we recommend booking at least 90days in advance.

Can I rent a car for a month in Africa?

Yes, you can rent a car for a month in Africa check Cheapflights for the latest prices and car type availability.