The spectacular Singita Pamushana Lodge is located in the private Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. Elevated on a cliff-side, this luxury lodge offers magnificent views over the Malilangwe Dam and surrounding Zimbabwean wilderness. Sensitively constructed to blend into the landscape of mopane forests and ancient baobab trees, the exclusive lodge combines luxurious contemporary design and local Shangaan culture, creating a vibrant and elegant space.
Pamushana is owned by The Malilangwe Trust, a non-profit trust set up to conserve the wildlife and habitat of the region and develop the neighbouring communities. The reserve covers 135 000 acres of untouched savannah adjacent to the Gonarezhou National Park in south-eastern Zimbabwe and is abundant in bird species and wildlife, as well as many ancient rock art sites.
Singita Pamushana Lodge offers six luxurious suites and a spectacular five-bedroom villa. There are four one-bedroom suites, one two-bedroom suite and one three-bedroom suite. All the suites offer incredible views from their private timber decks and plunge pools. The spacious bedrooms are all en-suite, with both indoor and outdoor showers. The vibrantly bold décor reflects the pristine environment and local culture, with Shangaan art adorning the walls. In addition, each suite offers a double-sided fireplace and Swarovski spotting telescope.
Each of the spacious five bedrooms in the lavish villa is en-suite. The secluded villa accommodates up to 10 guests in supreme comfort, and offers all the amenities of the suites and more. The sumptuous living area flows out onto an expansive timber deck and rim-flow pool, with awe-inspiring views of the surrounding wilderness. A fully-equipped kitchen and spacious dining room allow guests to enjoy meals in the luxurious comfort of the villa. There is an additional staff flat attached to the villa.
Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is teeming with birds and wildlife, including rare and endangered species such as the roan, the sable antelope and one of the largest concentrations of the Black rhino in the world. More than 500 species of birds have been sighted in the area, including many raptors.
The diversity of game includes the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo, elephant), the Little Six antelope (klipspringer, oribi, grey duiker, steenbok, grysbok and Livingstone’s suni), and the Magnificent Seven raptors (Black, Fish, Crowned, Tawny, Bateleur and Martial eagles, African Hawk)
Other game commonly sighted include; giraffe, zebra, impala, wildebeest, hartebeest, hippo, crocodile, terrapin, wild dog, and hyena.
- Child Friendly
- Game Drives
- Swimming Pool
- Guided walks
- Game drives
- Wine tasting
- Day tours
- Local village visits
- Boat excursions
• The lodge welcomes children of all ages.
• Baby-sitting services are available and staff will tailor-make activities to suit each family.
• Children under the age of 18 pay 50% of the rate if sharing a room with an adult.
• Families of four or more, with children under the age of 10, are guaranteed a private Land Rover at no extra cost.
• Malaria occurs throughout Zimbabwe, right through the year.
• Malaria prophylaxis is recommended for all travellers to Zimbabwe.
• Inoculation against Hepatitis A and typhoid is also recommended.
• Please check the visa requirements before your visit. If flying from South Africa, guests need to clear customs at Buffalo Range.