Bordering Mozambique in the southeastern lowveld of Zimbabwe, Gonarezhou, meaning ‘place of elephants’, is Zimbabwe’s second-largest national park and home to over 10 000 elephants. The park extends across a vast area of floodplains, baobab-dotted scrubland, mopane woodland and pale orange sandstone cliffs. It is home to 4 of Africa’s ‘Big Five’ – elephant, leopard, lion and buffalo – as well as a multiplicity of other animal and bird species. Visitors can camp in an unfenced campsite for a truly close encounter with an array of spectacular wildlife including 140 species of mammal, at least 100 different reptile species and over 500 species of bird. Other highlights include: viewing the beautiful Chilojo Cliffs towering over the scenic Runde River valley, bird watching and game viewing.
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Singita Malilangwe House sits on a ridge overlooking the Malilangwe Dam in Zimbabwe alongside Singita’s celebrated Pamushana Lodge. This exclusive-use villa offers all the benefits .../
Chilo Gorge Safari Lodge is a luxury lodge in the Gonarezhou National Park, a pristine little known wilderness gem in Zimbabwe best suited for experienced .../
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 .../