Explore the wide variety of geography in Zambia with a 4 x 4 vehicle from Rhino. A 4 x 4 vehicle is almost essential unless you’re staying in the capital and we’ve got plenty of them for you to choose from. All of our vehicles are top quality, have been carefully maintained and come with comprehensive protection for you and the car when you’re on the road. We include comprehensive insurance, collision damage waiver and emergency assistance day and night in with the price so you can be assured you’re getting the best value car hire deal.
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Customer questions about Zambia car hire
I just came across your website, we are travelling to Zambia soon and are just looking around for affordable car hire and just been checking how much it would cost us for a week or more? We initially wanted to hire a car for the whole duration of our stay which is 2 weeks but might just need one for a few days, are your bigger cars 4x4's?
Hi, thanks for getting in touch, sounds like a great trip planned. We have a range of cars including 4x4's, however if you specifically require a 4x4 then please do check that is stats 4x4 in the car type as not all the SUV's are confirmed 4x4's. I hope that's helpful but please do let me know if you've any other questions at all.
I need to know if is it possible to hire a car in Livingstone and what rental agents you use.
Hi, we sure do offer cars in Livingstone and we use Europcar, Avis and Hertz here.
We are despeartely needing vehicle hire for tomorrow and friday in Ndola for our colleague, there seems to be no vehicles available?
Hello, are you able to collect and return the car from Ndola Airport? we have cars avialable for pick up tomorrow there?
Zambia Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Zambia’s wealth comes almost exclusively from copper and diamond production
- Zambia was called Northern Rhodesia under the British Empire
- It gained independence from the UK in 1964
- The Victoria Falls, one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, is found on the border with Zimbabwe
- Zambia is a completely land-locked country
Zambia Mini Guide
It’s got lots of amazing safari parks, with widely varying ecosystems so you’ll never get bored of looking at the animals and the countryside. You can marvel at Victoria Falls, track gorillas in dense jungle or watch lion, elephant and more in the world’s biggest canyon; the Great Rift Valley. It’s a relatively safe country to visit and as long as you exercise common sense you should encounter no difficulties. The capital Lusaka, is of interest as a place to stay for a day or so before heading out to explore the natural wonders of the country.
The only direct flights to Zambia from the UK go to Kenneth Kaunda Airport in Lusaka. BA operate a weekly flight to the capital from London Heathrow whilst you can also fly from Amsterdam with KLM. Once in Lusaka, local airlines can connect you with regional airports, the most popular being Livingstone Airport – the entry point for the Victoria Falls. At any of the airports it’s best to hire a car to get around rather than rely on public transport or taxis.
What to See in Zambia
You’ll get nowhere without a hire car but collecting a pre-booked hire car from Lusaka Airport or from car hire Livingstone Airport will open up a whole new world to you. The capital has the National Museum which details the struggle for independence and a little history on the British era in Zambia.
Outside of the capital, the attractions are the national parks which include West Lunga, a densely forested park and the Lower Zambezi, a park almost untouched by tourism. The highlight of any trip to Zambia has to be the Victoria Falls which, surprisingly, are twice as tall as Niagara and twice as wide. They are known locally as the ‘Smoke That Thunders’ for the spray that is produced through which the sound of the falls is heard.