Namibia Car Rental is an owner-managed
family business. It was established in 2008 after Owen Sivertsen’s
air-charter business experienced a slowdown during the global recession
and he decided to branch out into the leisure vehicle rental sector.
The operation grew, and in 2013 Owen’s brother Howard bought
into the business.
We love travelling, camping and testing our 4X4s
and equipment to their limits.
We’re flexible and a solutions-driven organisation: clients
come to us with their challenges and we find a solution.
We’re always available for our clients, including
over weekends and on public holidays. If Howard isn’t personally
available, a senior rental agent with many years of experience in
the business will be able to help.
Safari Car Rental is the fastest growing
car rental in Namibia for the fourth year in a row because we have
the best prices on 4×4 vehicles that are technically upgraded
and equipped to the highest standards.
Our 4x4s allow you to effortlessly negotiate our
beautiful but often remote and harsh African roads. Our rental vehicles
also include lots of free extras like a Garmin Navigation System
equipped with Garmin and Track4Africa maps, a 24V Air Compressor,
and Extra Large Roof Tents. You’ll find that our 4x4s are
the safest, most comfortable, and certainly most fun to drive.
The personal nature of Melbic Car Rental Tours & Transfers drives us to make each guest feel at home, whether they are exploring southern Africa in one of our high quality 4x4 self-drive camping-equipped vehicles, or are following one of our classic Namibian tours, including world-renowned destinations such as the second largest canyon in the world, the Fish River Canyon, Etosha National Park and its diverse wildlife including rhinos and lions.
Further afield the Zambezi region, Victoria Falls and Botswana invites you to view buffalo, crocodile and hippo.
Caring for you all the way, you’ll get real value for money with our Toyota Hilux double-cab 4x4 off-road vehicles, with unlimited mileage (you’ll thank us once you realise how BIG Namibia is), which are equipped with long-distance fuel tanks, a second spare wheel and an emergency phone as standard.