Welcome to Pembury Tours
Since its establishment in 1996, Pembury Tours has emerged as one of the leading tour operators in Southern and Eastern Africa. It is a commonly-used phrase, but we have a culture that genuinely aims to “exceed expectations” and our commitment to service, together with our knowledge and absolute passion for Africa, ensures that our clients have memorable, seamless and hassle-free holidays. It also ensures that clients become repeat clients and many of our new clients are referred to us by past clients.
Bestseller Tours to Inspire Your Tailor-Made Trip.
Why Pembury Tours?
Best Price Guarantee
Pembury are members of TravelSmartCrew with a strict code of business principles and ethics …
Established in 1996 we have been arranging memorable holidays for countless happy clients ever since…
In addition to Pembury being bonded, booking with Pembury means you automatically have financial cover …
So You’re Thinking of Coming to Africa?
So you are thinking of coming to Africa on safari. First time? Been before? Either way, we think it is a smart move on your part to visit Africa. Southern Africa is the cradle of humankind – so every single person living in the world today originates from Southern Africa. You will be coming “home”!
Africa is many things – it is exotic, exciting, wild, it offers a sense of the unknown, it never ceases to surprise, it is beautiful, the people are beautiful – on the outside but especially on the inside. When the “Africa bug” bites, it is a permanent thing – one has it for life and it is not uncommon for visitors to do many dozens of visits to Africa and not only for a safari.
But Africa is also complicated – things don’t always work to schedule. Sometimes things don’t work at all! A ferry might have a broken engine, a bridge might have collapsed or, horror of horrors, the internet connection might be down! Those who have been to Africa before will know this. But it is times like these when one experiences the real Africa – the humour & laughter at a broken down ferry, the ingenuity and “plans” that get made at a collapsed bridge, philosophical words uttered when phonelines or internet connections fail – words like “don’t worry – tomorrow the sun will still rise”.
Yes, you want to come to Africa – to tour, to see Southern or East Africa, to go on safari, to experience Cape Town, to see the sights that this magical continent has to offer. And you will see them, spectacular as they are. But you will leave Africa with a heavy heart and a lump in your throat. Mere spectacular sights don’t cause that – spectacular people do! It is the people of Africa, combined with the sights and the animals on safari, who make Africa the place it is.