Singita Pamushana is a recently refurbished luxury lodge in Zimbabwe’s 130 000-acre Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. From its clifftop location, the lodge boasts exceptional views over the Malilangwe Dam. The reserve is a haven for the endangered black rhino. Activities include twice-daily game drives and bushwalks, catch & release fishing, excursions to historic rock art sites, sundowner boat cruises, spa treatments and cultural tours.
Singita Pamushana Lodge has eight suites accommodating two, four, and six guests each as well as one five-bedroom villa. Each of these has a private plunge pool and views over the Malilangwe Dam. The décor is contemporary with opulent touches of stone, wood, ebony, gold, ivory, amber and brass that reflect the Shona culture of the area.
The grand architecture of the lodge mimics the style of Great Zimbabwe and includes an infinity pool and a large deck overlooking the dam, where elephant, buffalo and antelope regularly stop to drink. There is a spa, fitness centre, boutique and gallery at the main lodge, and guests can indulge in catch and release fishing for tiger fish, bas, bream and catfish.
Daily game drives and walks at Singita Pamushana give you the opportunity to spot the Big Five, wild dog, cheetah, sable antelope, and Lichtenstein’s hartebeest. There are 14 species of eagle resident in the area.
Pamushana Lodge is owned by the local people of the Malilangwe Conservancy and managed by Singita on their behalf. The proceeds from the lodge are paid directly to these local people and make a significant contribution towards their welfare.