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Singita in Zimbabwe

April 16, 2010 - Lodges and Camps

Singita in Zimbabwe consists of only the extraordinary Singita Pamushana Lodge.

Singita Pamushana Lodge

Singita Pamushana Lodge is set in the 130 000 acre Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. This reserve is located in the southern corner of Zimbabwe and it is a precious breeding ground for a number of endangered species. In fact the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve boasts one of the highest concentrations of Black Rhino in Africa.

The tranquil and beautiful Singita Pamushana Lodge overlooks the 1500 acre Malilangwe Lake and its surrounding sandstone hills.

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  • Rene Roy

    This lodge looks amazing! We stayed at Boulders in February and are planning to return for another four nights in October 2011, followed by two nights on Rovos Rail to Victoria Falls and then making our way to Pamushana for four nights.
    Would like some input on getting from Vic Falls to Pamushana after we get of the train. We understand there is an airstrip nearby Pamushana? Would we be best to charter? Would we fly from Livingstone or an airport in Zimbabwe?
    Thanks very much!

    • Singita

      Hi Rene,

      Thanks for your comment! We’re delighted to hear that you have stayed with us and want to stay with us again. Pamushana is really as amazing as it looks, so we have no doubt that you’ll have a wonderful time.

      We’ve sent your question on to our reservations department (they’re really the experts when it comes to getting our guests from point A to point B). They should be sending you an email soon.

      If you have any more questions, or if you don’t get that email, please let us know.

      We look forward to seeing you in October 2011.

  • Rene Roy

    Thanks for your response. I did receive an email from your Reservations folks with some information. At this point we’ll probably do a charter to the nearby airstrip. Much prefer a 40 minute drive over a 5 hour drive!

    Thanks again for your message and we look forward to returning to Boulders and experiencing Pamushana! Only problem is October 2011 is too far in the future!!


    • Singita

      Hi Rene,

      You’re right October 2011 is definitely too far away!

      This month, on the blog, we’re focusing on our Tanzania lodge experience and – with the migration just around the corner – perhaps we can tempt you into an earlier visit? Our Migration packaging (launching this coming weekend) might be perfect for you?

      Have an excellent Monday.

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