Car rental Kenya 4×4 Self Drive Car hire w/driver Guide From $85/Day.

Car rental Kenya: 4×4 Self Drive Uganda offers 4×4 Car rental Kenya Self drive Car Hire with a driver guide from $85 per day for Kenya self Drive Safaris.

Need a 4×4 car rental in Kenya for a self-drive? 4×4 Self-drive Uganda’s Car rental  Kenya offers excellent  Car rental services for self-drive safaris including long or short-term car rental, rooftop tents, camping gear, and one-way car rental at cheap Kenya car rental Deals.

4×4 Self Drive Uganda has made it easy with all the above offers to rent a car in Kenya. whatever self drive Safari you are planning,  we offer a wide range of 4×4 rental fleets that can cater for your road trip or safari need to visit Kenya National Parks as well as get around the country

With our affordable budget 4×4 Self-drive Uganda rates on Rav4’s, double cabin pick up and  Land Cruisers vehicles with rooftop tent rentals, we can help you make the most out of your Kenya travels and projects to visit tourist attractions of Kenya such as the impalas from Kisumu Impala Sanctuary and wildebeest, zebras, lions, gazelles etc in Masai Mara national park, and more.

Self-drive Safari Experiences in Kenya with a Car rental from 4×4 Self-drive Uganda

Masai mara game drive experienceThere are still so many reasons to go on a Kenya safari because of its famous & diverse wildlife adventures and National Parks. Whether you want to visit remote regions or major cities with your 4×4 Self drive Uganda rental car, you can freely tour around with your freedom and time. You can travel to the Vibrant Capital city of Nairobi to view Zebras and giraffes in their Natural habitat at Nairobi National Park, Make along and memorable road trip to Tsavo National Park for a remarkable wildlife experience or rather opt for beach life in the coastal areas and some spacious resorts near Mombasa. Whatever your travel plan, we will get the right car for you.

Self-drive travellers in Uganda can also extend their road trip travels to Kenya through western Kenya via the Busia border, and proceeding to Kisumu town with great chances of visiting the face home of impalas-Kisumu Impala Sanctuary, and the ancient Kisumu Museum which exhibits focus on the cultural and the natural history of Western Kenya. You Can visit the most spectacular lake shore Ndere island National park, a home to a diverse range of animals such as monitor lizards, hippos, snakes, rare sitatunga antelopes, monitor lizards, baboons, water bucks, warthogs, Nile crocodiles, impalas, several fish species, zebras and snakes the is; the land is also called a haven for birds suitable for avid birders.

Masai Mara can either be approached from Kisumu or for those in Nairobi can opt for a long stretch drive to the park with an en-route breathtaking view of the Great Rift valley viewpoint. Masai Mara is Kenya’s most famous wildlife destination with a solid slogan of a must-see for every safari traveller. Apart from spotting wild games at the park, travellers also look up to the great wildebeest migration.

Driving and Road tripping Tips in Kenya

Planning to drive around Kenya, venture to Kenya or rent a driver to take you around Kenya? 4×4 Self-drive Uganda provides some important road tripping and self-driving tips to get a round on a rental car in Kenya.

Road conditions in Kenya are greatly improving in that they are relatively good in Major towns and cities, whereas the minor ones are poorly maintained with some potholes. the main routes within and around Nairobi are well paved except for the tarmac roads outside Nairobi have potholes yet they lead to most safari destinations. Chances of encountering road networks  along your driving path are high

4x4selfdriveuganda-landcruiser gxKenyan road conditions range from flat to smooth highways in Nairobi, to bumpy dirt roads in the National parks, thus driving in Kenya requires a strong, comfortable and reliable 4WD and not a 2WD, although some unpaved roads  allow a 2WD

The further, you drive out of Nairobi, you will encounter un-surfaced roads, which may also be in fairly better conditions, as most Kenyan roads contain large potholes on rocky surfaces

Take note that in remote regions, there are several potholes on poor roads, livestock, pedestrians, and cyclists. Acacia thorns in certain areas are a threat to piercing tires. Certain roads have a reputation for bandits on the lookout hence it is always a good idea to seek local advice before driving around Kenya.

Before driving in Kenya, all self-drive or chauffeur-driven travellers should have the correct vehicle and driving requirements

Precautions For Driving in Kenya

  • Travelers drive in Kenya with their domestic driver’s licenses and International driving permits for at most 90 days.
  • All cross-border adventure vehicles should have vehicle paperwork at hand such as; the vehicle’s registration papers, a passport for the vehicle which acts as a temporary waiver of import duty,
  • Drive at a speed limit of 80 km/h on the highway, and 50 km/h in urban areas and a maximum speed of 40km/h when going off-road.
  • Beware of unmarked speed bumps while driving
  • Always carry along enough safe drinking water, some cash, emergency food, a fully-charged phone, a spare tire and fuel just in case
  • 4×4 rental cars with more than 6 seats are not allowed to enter Kenyan national parks and reserves.
  • Driving is on the left-hand side of the road.
  • Overtaking a vehicle is on the right-hand side and it is not safe to overtake while driving along around a corner
  • The minimum driving age for driving vehicles is 18 years.
  • A car rental driver must be at least 23 years old and have held a driver’s license for two years.
  • All drivers, must wear their seat belts while driving.
  • It is not permitted to use a mobile phone or any other communication equipment not permanently fixed to the vehicle while driving. This is because it may distract the driver from driving.

Rent A Car in Kenya From 4×4 self drive Uganda

Book from a wide selection of cheap and reliable rental cars available for Kenya Car rental including Toyota Rav4  Toyota Land cruiser V8, Land cruiser LX, Toyota Land Cruiser Gx, Toyota Land cruiser Prado, Nissan Petrol, Safari vans with pop-up roof for game viewing and double cabin pick up for long term projects in Kenya.

4×4 Self Drive Uganda owns its rental jeeps and never sub-rent from third car rental parties, We also great cheap car rental deals on car rental upgrades with extras such as Camping gearsGPS rentals, Rooftop tents, driver hire, free gorilla and chimpanzee permit booking, not forgetting a 24/7 roadside assistance.

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Land Cruiser GX

Book a Toyota Land cruiser GX with/without a rooftop tent for a perfect road trip adventure into the Kenyan wilderness.

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Land cruiser LX

Book a comfortable & reliable Toyota Land cruiser LX for an all-terrain Camping adventure for 4-5 passengers

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Nissan Safari Van

Hire a sturdy Safari van for a family or group game drive adventure on the plains of Masai Mara wildlife Reserve

Double Cabin Pick Up

Book a most comfortable and reliable Double cabin pick-up for both short-term and Long Term project travels

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