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singita pamushana lodge

Malilangwe wildlife reserve, Zimbabwe


The Singita Pamushana lodge is set amongst towering trees, atop a mountain overlooking a lake in the remote reaches of the pristine Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in Zimbabwe. The organic shaped buildings of Singita Pamushana Lodge are reminiscent of the ruins of Great Zimbabwe. 


Scheduled flights from Johannesburg O.R Tambo International Airport – Buffalo Range International Airport: approximately 2hrs 30 minutes. By road, from Harare: approximately 6.5 hours'drive; from Johannesburg: approximately 10 hours’ drive

Map co-ordinates: -21.049184, 31.871862


There are 6 palatial suites and a 5-bedroom villa, all with private plunge pools and panoramic views. There are two swimming pools and a Jacuzzi in the main lodge area. Spa and gym facilities are also available.


  • Daily game drives with professional guides and trackers provide an opportunity to get up close to Africa’s animals, while evening drives reveal the elusive magic of nocturnal Africa.
  • Sundowner cruise; the dam below the lodge is the perfect spot to enjoy a sunset cruise while sipping refreshing sundowners 
  • Community tours provide guests at Singita with the opportunity to gain insight into community life and the local Shangaan culture.
  • Singita Pamushana boasts excellent game fishing throughout the year including Tiger Fish, Bass, Bream (tilapia), and Catfish.

At A Glimpse

In Southeastern Zimbabwe, Singita Pamushana Lodge resides in an area characterized by mo-pane woodlands, ancient sandstone outcrops and grand baobab trees. View an astonishing variety of birds and wildlife-including black rhino and wild dog. Just six suites and one villa are available, each done up in vibrant African textiles and sporting private plunge pools, fireplaces and game-viewing decks with Swarovski spotting scopes.

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