Wildlife | February 2013

A Bit About the Buffalo

It’s not an uncommon sight to see massive herds of African buffalo in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve surrounding Singita Pamushana Lodge, often exceeding four hundred in a single group. These…
Wildlife | January 2013

The Tree of Life

The majestic baobab tree is a common landmark found within the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in which Singita Pamushana Lodge is nestled. It is known as the “tree of life” as…
General | January 2013

Great Guest Photos from 2012: Jeff Thompson

Visiting Singita is always an unforgettable experience and for many guests, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Africa in a very special way. It is especially gratifying for us when guests…
Wildlife | January 2013

Black Rhino Encounter

Tracking the temperamental black rhino has to be one of the most exciting and challenging activities for a field guide. Black rhino are notoriously aggressive, and will not hesitate to…
Wildlife | December 2012

The Hyena Clans of the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve

One of the most interesting observations I made while visiting Singita Pamushana Lodge was the incredibly high population of hyena that inhabit the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. We spotted these unusual-looking…
Wildlife | December 2012

Sibling Rivalry: A Tense Moment

Early one morning we set out to locate a female cheetah and her young cubs, who had been spotted hunting the previous afternoon. Cheetah territories are often located in areas…
Wildlife | December 2012

Singita Pamushana Lodge: An African Gem

Singita Pamushana Lodge is easily described as one of the most beautiful places on earth. Situated in the heart of the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in south-eastern Zimbabwe, it is an…
Lodges and Camps | September 2012

A Private Retreat

If you’ve been reading our Singita Pamushana Guides’ Diaries over the past few years you’ll be well-acquainted with the insights and descriptive attention to detail provided by Field Guide, Jenny…
Lodges and Camps | July 2012

Winter’s Arrival

Winter’s arrival was sudden and all too soon, transforming the bush by its Midas touch.  No sooner had we acclimatized to prepare ourselves for the cold, winter seemingly  checked out…