Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve
In the South East of Zimbabwe, sharing a border with Gonarezhou National Park, is the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve and Singita Pamushana. 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.
The lodge has been constructed under a canopy of trees’ to ensure it blends in with it’s environment and has beautiful views out over Lake Malilangwe. The main guest area has a inside dining area and the massive deck is also used for communal meals weather permitting.
In keeping with her luxury there is a wine cellar, two heated swimming pools, a bar and jacuzzi for guests to make use of. If necessary the lodges communications are excellent with WiFi, fax and telephone services. There is also a bush spa, tennis courts and a golf course.
Luxury Suites & Villa
There are six luxury suites at Pamushana as well as one villa that sleeps 10 guests. There are also several family suites that can sleep three or four and all the suites and villa have their own private plunge pool.
The suites are all incredibly spacious with bold designs and stunning amenities. The en-suite bathrooms also have views out over the lake with indoor and outside showers.
Children of all ages are welcome at the lodge. Read our blog about Zimbabwe’s luxury safari lodges.
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Read more about the conservation efforts on the reserve at the Malilangwe Trust.