Singita has been championing conversation in Africa from its inception. The critical conservation work Singita carries out with its non-profit Funds & Trusts is aimed at restoring, enhancing, and protecting the biodiversity of the ecosystems under its care. Singita’s sustainable conservation model helps to balance tourism in all of the regions in which it operates.
The Malilangwe Trust
The Malilangwe Trust is a wholly Zimbabwean, nonprofit organisation focused on harmonising biodiversity conservation, community development and commercial tourism.
In Zimbabwe, Singita partners with the Malilangwe Trust who carry out large-scale work in wildlife management and protection, maintaining reserve and ecosystem integrity, promoting sustainable tourism practices and community development within the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, where sits Singita Pamushana Lodge.
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Singita Pamushana Lodge
Perched on a sandstone ridge, Singita Pamushana Lodge’s eight elegant suites – all with private plunge pools – is an ultra-luxury retreat within the 130,000-acre Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, in Zimbabwe’s remote southeast.
Featuring a series of staggered and interlinked platforms, the main lodge area provides a variety of living spaces from which to appreciate the astounding natural beauty of the area. Expansive decks deepen connections with the landscape and a cliff-top fire pit and bar-deli overlooking the dam provides the perfect setting for alfresco dining and fireside storytelling.
Drawing inspiration from the rich tribal history of the region, the lodge’s organic-shaped buildings feature detailed thatch- and stonework, carefully curated interiors and picturesque views of the surrounding landscape and Malilangwe Dam below.
The eight suites include four 1-bedroom suites, one 2-bedroom family suite (perfect for two adults and two children), one 3-bedroom family suite (perfect for two adults and four children) and two 2-bedroom suites (ideal for four adults travelling together).
The Reserve’s abundant wildlife includes one of the highest concentrations of the endangered black rhino and with private access to this untouched wilderness, guests can immerse themselves in nature on twice-daily game drives, bush walks, sundowner boat cruises, excursions to rock art sites and more. While on-site, guests will potentially view not only black rhino but white rhino, Lichtenstein hartebeest, sable, nyala, klipspringer, cheetah, wild dog, lion, leopard and an abundance of birds.
For more information on Singita Pamushana Lodge, view the online brochure here, or see singita.com/lodge/singita-pamushana-lodge.