Some hostels offer free pick-ups from Cape Town airport otherwise there are pleny of taxis touting for trade.
Car rental is quite expensive but we found a good deal on the internet. However the SA Youth Hostel Association had some very competitive deals so check out their internet site or e-mail one of the official hostels.
My fellow for almost 10 days.Thank´s fellow for your behave on the 1300 Km done around Cape Town.
Definitely for me the best way to see everything, is renting a car.
Cross the great grey-green greasy Limpopo River. I didn't see any fever trees that I know of, but there's a bridge.
Lot of sight seeing can be done by foot. If you have to go from one side of town to the other it is best to use your car or public transport. Public transport takes a lot of time.
No need for a 4 wheel drive. The roads are in pretty good condition in and around Cape Town. Take care however, driving is on the left....
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