Singita Pamushana

Singita Pamushana is a luxurious safari lodge set in the South Eastern corner of Zimbabwe in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. This exclusive lodge sits high on a forested hill with magnificent views of the Malilangwe Dam and sandstone hills beyond.

Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, Southern Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
Singita Pamushana
  • Sat high on a sandstone ridge within the 130,000 acre Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve of Zimbabwe’s remote southeast, Singita Pamushana is one of Zimbabwe’s most luxurious lodges.

  • Each of the eight elegant and spacious suites include one, two or three bedroom options – a perfect variety for couples or families to enjoy.

  • With each suite comes your own private plunge pool and decks from which to soak up the picturesque views of the Malilangwe Dam and sandstone hills beyond.

  • Make the most of the private access to this untouched wilderness and submerge yourself not only in the twice daily game drives and bush safari walks but unforgettable sundowner boat cruises spotting hippo and crocodiles settling down for the day.


Singita Pamushana is one of the most luxurious safari lodges in Zimbabwe. The location, in the private Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, adjacent to Gonarezhou National Park ensures an unforgettable safari experience with fantastic game sightings. The 150,000 acre private reserve comprises 38 distinct habitat and ecological zones.

This virtually untouched wilderness area is home to one of the highest concentrations of critically endangered black and white rhino in Africa. Numerous other endangered species such as the Roan antelope and Wild Dog are regularly spotted here. The diversity is perhaps best demonstrated through the incredible 14 species of eagle found throughout Malilangwe.

The design of Singita Pamushana is inspired by the culture of the local Shangaan people: colors throughout the lodge are vibrant and bold. Indigenous art and organic shapes influence these flamboyant interiors.

Accommodation comprises only six spacious suites and one villa. All enjoy fantastic views out over the lake below, and beyond across the forested sandstone hills. Each suite has a private plunge pool and large deck to relax at during the heat of the day.

The architecture of the main lodge intelligently enhances the setting with its combination of dramatic views and open communal areas. There are indoor and outdoor dining areas, a bar, library, wine cellar and open air lounge. Both the outdoor swimming pools are heated to be enjoyed year round.

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Watch the game coming down to drink at the dam through the Swarovski Telescope on the balcony of each Villa.

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Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, Southern Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

The lodge is set within the pristine Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in South Eastern Zimbabwe, bordering the Gonarezhou National Park.


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