Hidden in the heart of southeastern Zimbabwe is Singita Pamushana Lodge, one of only two private lodges on the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve.
Accommodations at the lodge consist of six palatial suites and Malilangwe House, a
private five-bedroom villa. The spacious suites include four one-bedroom suites, one two-bedroom family suite, and one three-bedroom family suite. All the suites come with master bedrooms, an en suite bathroom with both an indoor and outdoor shower, a cozy double-sided fireplace, a mini-bar and fridge, a room safe, air conditioning, overhead fans, and private lounge. There is also a private game viewing deck with Swarovski spotting scope and plunge pool. The villa has the same amenities plus an infinity pool.
The lodge is located in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve which comprises over 100,000 acres of unspoiled wilderness, prolific with species of rare African animals including the endangered black rhino. The word malilangwe means call of the leopard, just one of the animals found in the park. The area has a diverse ecology with its magical sandstone outcrops, mopane forests, and majestic baobab trees. Giraffe, zebra, impala, wildebeest, sable antelope, Lichtenstein’s hartebeest, and buffalo live here as do their predators the lions, hyenas, and painted wild dogs. Just below Pamushana lodge, there is a lake that is home to hippos, crocodiles, terrapins, and monitor lizards as well as a variety of fish and water birds.