Rhino Car Hire prides itself on its satisfied customers and they’re happy because we offer the lowest prices and great quality hire cars in Malawi. Working with the top car hire companies, we search out the best deals for you at collection points such as Lilongwe Airport so you’ll be able to get a hire car where it’s most convenient for you.
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Malawi Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Malawi is one of the least developed countries in the world
- There is a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS in the country
- Malawi was formerly the British protectorate of Nyasaland
- It’s home to Africa’s third largest lake, Lake Malawi
- Most of the country is located at high altitude making it cooler and greener than its neighbours
Mini Guide to Malawi
What can I Expect from Car Hire in Malawi?
If you wait to book locally, there’s a good chance you’ll have problems but the smiling Malawians will encourage you to take it all in your stride and drive off in a vehicle that’s at best unsuitable and which may not be roadworthy. You may also find that the necessary insurance isn’t included and you may be billed for cover that’s included in our price.
You’ll get a lot fewer problems if you organise your Malawi car hire from home. You’ll have plenty of time to study what we offer included in our car hire package and make sure it’s what you need. You’ll have the guarantee that the car you’ve chosen will actually be there waiting for you and that it will be in good condition and clean. Finally, you’ll know that the price we quote is the price you’ll pay, fully inclusive of insurance cover and breakdown assistance.
Where will my Malawi Car Hire Take me?
You’re likely to begin at Lilongwe Airport, a popular collection point for car hire. From there you can spend a few nights in the capital with its excellent bars and restaurants. There’s plenty of history there too, so search out the museums and galleries. From there, head north to Zomba, the colonial capital of the country and home to many colonial buildings. It’s here you’ll first encounter the staggering landscape of the country as the Zomba Plateau rises steeply behind the city.
You’ll then travel further north through the Liwonde National Park and on to the shores of Lake Malawi. Bypass Mangochi and follow the western shore to Cape Maclear with its beautiful beaches around Monkey Bay. Heading more inland, you’ll find a landscape more like Scotland with thick forests and verdant heathland surrounded by majestic mountains. Ntchisi National Park is the best stopover for this before driving up towards Tanzania, stopping at Mzuzu, the biggest settlement in the north.