Singita Malilangwe House
Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve
In the South East of Zimbabwe, sharing a border with Gonarezhou National Park, is the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve and Singita Malilangwe House. The lodge is owned by the Malilangwe Trust, a non-profit Zimbabwean organisation that was established to protect the area, her wildlife and associated communities.
The reserve itself is of great importance as it is home to endangered Roan and Sable antelope as well as Black Rhino. The terrain of this park is well suited to these species being made up of Mopane forests d the odd Baobab tree with the Chiredzi and Runde Rivers to the West and South West.
Malilangwe House is next to Singita Pamushana and shares her breathtaking views. The house, or villa, has been designed for extended families or groups of friends that are looking for an exclusive safari experience. The villa comes with it’s own chef, host, game vehicle and guide allowing guests complete flexibility.
Living Spaces and Bedrooms
The living spaces in the villa are incredibly spacious with a kitchen, small deli area, outdoor decks and her own rim flow swimming pool.
All of the 5 rooms have their own private deck with incredible views out over the lake. Each room flows seamlessly into the main living spaces where being together in the lounge and kitchen is comfortable.
As the villa is booked on a sole use basis children of all ages are welcome. There is an extensive range of activities, child minding services, game drives, walks and spa treatments which can be enjoyed indoors or outside on the deck.
Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Zimbabwe. Read our blog about Zimbabwe’s luxury safari lodges. Also our blog on the top 10 pandemic retreats.
Combine this with Tengile River Lodge, the Phinda Homestead or Singita Castleton, all in South Africa.
Read more about the conservation efforts on the reserve at the Malilangwe Trust.