One of Africa’s best-kept secrets, Singita Pamushana Lodge lies within the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve on about 60,000 hectares of wilderness in south eastern Zimbabwe.
Malilangwe is abuzz with Africa's birds and wildlife. Known for its mopane forests and baobab trees, Malilangwe is an area where you will also find over 100 San rock-art sites. Immerse yourself in the beauty of this African wilderness, go on daily game drives and spot-lit night drives where nocturnal Africa comes alive, or simply embark on a guided safari walk. Go star-gazing, fishing, mountain-biking, or head out on a sunset cruise where the wildlife joins you for sundowners.
Set beneath a canopy of trees, the lodge has a magical ambience, with mesmerising views of the valley and lake. There are 4 Luxury Suites, 2 Family Suites, and a 5-bedroom Villa. All come with first-class amenities including a private verandah and plunge pool. The Suites are tastefully decorated with vibrant colours, patterns, linens, and traditional Zimbabwean crafted furniture paying homage to the Shangaan people. The main lodge hosts two swimming pools, a Jacuzzi, the spa and gym facilities, relaxing lounges, and convivial dining areas.
- Situated on 60,000 hectares of pristine wilderness in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve
- Home to rare species of antelope and black rhino
- Over 100 San rock-art paintings in the reserve
- Game drives, night drives, and guided safari walks on offer
- Five-star service and facilities that are indicative of the luxurious Singita brand
What our clients thought
“Location and accommodation was just superb. Food was just so good! Game drives were just great and our guide was so keen to share his knowledge about even the stars as night fall came when we were on game drives. The second night we went to the river, took a boat and had a ‘close encounter’ with a rhino... That added some adrenalin to the experience. The service was warm and welcoming. The manager and all of the staff were so wonderful. There is a sincerity about the nature of the people there that touched our hearts!” - Marg and Dick Guit