Gonarezhou and Malilangwe

Singita Pamushana


Raw, remote luxury

This intimate lodge is known for its majestic architecture and detailed stonework. Venture inside and you’ll see décor inspired by local Shangaan culture blended artfully with contemporary style.

There are eight inviting suites to choose from, each boasting its own plunge pool. So when you’re not out exploring the area, you can relax in utmost comfort.

Beyond the outstanding lodgings, what really sets Singita Pamushana apart is its commitment to helping to conserve the 53,000-hectare wildlife reserve in which it is set. Your stay here helps them in this endeavor.


At a glance

  • Eight suites – one, two and three bedroom suites and family suites

  • Spa and gym

  • Swimming pool

  • Wine cellar

Singita Malilangwe House Aerial View


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    Game drives

    Join your professional guide and tracker for the opportunity to get up close to some of the continent’s most iconic animals. Spot lit night drives allow you to see some of the most elusive nocturnal creatures of the bush. While here keep a look out for white and black rhinos, Lichtenstein hartebeests, sables, nyalas, cheetahs, wild dogs, lions and leopards, as well as many more animals and an abundance of birds.


    Walking safaris

    This is an incredible way to experience the bush surrounding the lodge up close. Head out with your expert guide and tracker as you learn how to track animals on foot and learn about the landscape and plants of the region.

  • Pamushana FISHING OFF BOAT


    The dam below the lodge offers excellent game fishing all year. Your guide will show you how the locals fish using plants found nearby. Your catch may include tiger fish, bass, bream (tilapia) and catfish.

Community & Culture

Guests can visit the Kambako Living History Museum to learn about local culture and heritage. Your guides will also be able to share with you how to respectfully engage with the local communities as you discover more about their music, dance and art. There are various heritage sites and historic monuments to visit.

An onsite Environmental Education Centres for school teachers and children allows them to immerse themselves in Outdoor Education and fieldwork, while the Trust’s nutrition programme provides 20,000 children with a fortifying meal before school every day in order to address increasing food insecurity in the region.


Singita has partnered with the Mallilangwe Trust in Zimbabwe to help care for the Malilangwe Reserve and support scientific research as well as restore habitats. Funds also go towards funding anti-poaching teams.


To help reduce their carbon footprint, there are various plans in place, including using climate-friendly transportation, reliable carbon offsets and renewable energy. They are also working towards reducing single-use plastics. While you’re here, you can learn about their sustainability practices.

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