Pam grew up in the stunning city of Cape Town, South Africa. Having lived there for 21 years, prior to living in Europe and now the United States, she is very much South African at heart and will always consider South Africa to be her home. Pam’s first safari experience was in Zimbabwe at the age of 16, and ever since then, travel has been a true passion of Pam’s. Having lived on three different continents and traveled to so many different places all over Europe, United States, & Africa, Pam’s love for new people and places remains constant.
Pam has been planning trips for people all over Africa for almost a decade and there is nothing that excites her more than clients who return home happy and feeling like they have had a life-changing experience. Family Safaris, multi-generational group trips, honeymoons, foodie trips, yoga safaris, ultimate adrenaline-packed trips – you name it, she has planned it!
As a mom of two little ones, an adventure seeker and world traveler, she feels she is equipped to understand the travel needs of people from all walks of life – whatever your travel goals, Pam is confident she can meet them!
Why Rothschild Safaris? There is so much I love about this Rothschild Safaris family – the fact that I can call it a family should speak volumes. We constantly strive to be better and do better. I love that the team I am part of is a highly motivated collection of people that all care about our travelers. I love that we are a company whose heart is in the right place – we do what we do for the right reasons making conservation focused decisions.
Image of Pam and Sudan, the last male Northern White Rhino, 1973 – 19 March 2018