Wiggle Convertible Car Hire teams up with Tourism Radio

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Wiggle Convertible Car Hire teams up with Tourism Radio

This informative and intelligent ‘radio’ service enhances your self drive holiday & touring experience. The system is a GPS based radio service that combines positioning technology with an audio tour service. This means that no matter where you are in your convertible, this device will be able to inform you of what is close to your position, wine farms, attractions, accommodation, restaurants and more. It is a convenient and inexpensive way to keep travellers in the know, entertained and educated about the area they’re travelling through.

So no more getting lost en route to the wine farm, or not knowing where the perfect hotels is located, not to mention finding your mates at that secluded beach!

When you hire a Wiggle Mazda MX5 this service comes absolutely free! Not only do you get one of the worlds most revered driving experiences, you also know where your going!

With tried and tested recommendations being offered to you as and when you need them, your holiday experience is guaranteed to be fun, informed, well guided giving you exactly what YOU prefer!

Wiggle Car Hire are constantly looking to ensure that your experience in South Africa is the best it can be and the inclusion of Tourism Radio aids toward this goal exponentially!


Have a look at the video below and you will get to see and hear this wonderful tool in action. You may notice that the video is shot in New Zealand, this is due to the expansion of the Tourism Radio family now having bases both in New Zealand and of course, it’s original home, Cape Town.


Tourism Radio in action!




I have lived in Cape Town for years and without this device I wouldn’t have found some of my favourite spots, come and join in the fun!

If you have any questions what so ever, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.



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