How to Rent a Car in Tanzania on Self Drive Tour
Travellers from all over the world can rent a Car in Tanzania to take them on Self Drive Tanzania, 4×4 Car Hire with a Driver for Long Term Car Rental, One Way Car Rental, Short Term Car Rental to any safari Destination in Tanzania.
When you rent a Car in Tanzania, you are given an opportunity to explore the various safari Destinations in Tanzania with friends and family at your comfort, pace and these destinations include; Serengeti National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Ruaha National Park, Kilimanjaro National Park, Gombe Stream National Park.
When planning to travel for a Safari in Tanzania, we recommend you hire/ rent a 4×4 Car rental Fleet like Land Cruiser, Roof Top Tent Land Cruiser as these can transfer you to any destination in Tanzania comfortably. This is because the terrain in the National parks like Serengeti National Park are very rugged hence it’s not appropriate for you to use a Rav4 or small SUV Car.
When driving in Tanzania, ensure to tighten your seat belts and if you are travelling with kids we recommend you carry with you an infant or booster seat as provide by us at US $15 per day.
You have to inform us prior your rental then we can drop or provide you with the Car rental Fleet of your choice at the location of your interest in Tanzania.
Quick FAQS About Renting A Car in Tanzania
How much does it cost to rent a Car in Tanzania?
Our Car Rental Fleets in Tanzania cost US $85 per Day
What is the Best Car to Rent in Tanzania?
Depending on what you want to adventure/ explore, the Best Car to use in Tanzania is a 4WD Land Cruiser or Roof Top Tent Land Cruiser with Camping Gear.
Why Book A Car Rental Fleet for Self Drive Tanzania, Car Rental Tanzania?
We are sufficient, reliable, affordable, and efficient to offer you the Best, Cheap Car Rental Deals for your Tour in Tanzania.
Do you offer Car Rental Deals in Tanzania?
We offer various Car Rental Deals in Tanzania and these include; Long Term Car Rental, One Way car Rental, Short Term Car Rental, Car Hire with a Driver.
How old should you be to rent a Car in Tanzania?
To rent a car in Tanzania, drivers usually need to be at least 21 years of age and have a valid domestic driver’s license printed in the Roman alphabet. On Zanzibar Island, however, an International Driver’s Permit (IDP) is an additional requirement. Some agencies, such as First, charge an additional daily fee for young drivers age 21-23.
What are the Speed Limits in Tanzania?
Speed limits in Tanzania are typically 40-50 km/h (25-31 mph) in urban areas and 80 km/h (50 mph) on rural roads, unless otherwise signed. In practice, however, many drivers find themselves reaching a maximum speed of around 60 km/h (37 mph) on paved roads and 25 km/h (15 mph) on gravel roads. For safety, it is always best to travel slower than you think you should. Fixed speed cameras are uncommon, but traffic police carry out many roadside patrols.
How much is Gas Filling on the various Petrol Stations in Tanzania?
Gas stations in Tanzania are common in urban areas but are very widely spaced in rural regions. It is probably smart to travel with a can of spare fuel and never to pass up an opportunity to fill the tank. Most stations take cash only and have attendants to work the pump; drivers simply hand over the amount they would like to fuel up to. Prices fluctuate but tend to be around 2,200 TZS (0.95 USD) for a liter of gasoline or diesel, which is 3.59 USD a gallon.
What is driving like in Tanzania?
Driving is generally considered relatively safe in Tanzania, although anyone who chooses to rent a car here is advised to never drive after dark. Road conditions range from paved highways to dirt tracks, and you will also encounter congested city traffic and rural hazards, such as people and livestock on the road. Driving is on the left, and it is important to maintain a safe speed and to drive defensively.