Singita Pamushana Lodge in Zimbabwe
Lodges and Camps | November 2014

Cocktail Recipe: Wild Hibiscus Spritzer

A tall, refreshing drink on a hot summer’s afternoon as you overlook the Malilangwe Dam is just the ticket after a long journey. Luckily for guests arriving at Singita Pamushana…
Wildlife | August 2014

Wonderful Wildlife Videos with James Suter

If you’ve been reading our blog for a while, you will no doubt have seen field guide James Suter’s incredible series of reports from our twelve lodges and camps in…
Wildlife Reports Highlights | Singita
Wildlife | February 2014

Highlights from our Wildlife Reports

One of the most popular features of our website is the monthly Wildlife Reports, penned by Singita’s field guides and including many of their incredible photos from twice-daily game drives…
Tengwe Siabwanda, Field Guide at Singita Pamushana Lodge
Wildlife | November 2013

People of Singita: Tengwe Siabwanda

Tengwe Siabwanda is a second generation field guide based at the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve in Zimbabwe, with a passion for all the world’s creatures. Today he shares with us his…
Little Six at Singita Pamushana Lodge
General | July 2013

Special Species at Singita

Field guide James Suter has spent a year travelling between Singita’s lodges in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Tanzania and reporting on the wildlife population of each reserve. He recently visited…
Cheetah spotting at Singita Pamushana Lodge
Wildlife | June 2013

Cheetah Spotting

Cheetah once occurred throughout Zimbabwe, but are now largely absent from both the North and East of the country. Population size is limited in protected areas by shrinking habitat and…
Lions at Singita Pamushana Lodge
Wildlife | May 2013

A Remarkable Lion Kill

It had taken three days for us to locate our first pride of lions in the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve surrounding Singita Pamushana Lodge. We had been preoccupied with the abundance…
General | April 2013

The Malilangwe Child Supplementary Feeding Scheme

Zimbabwe, like many African countries, has its fair share of challenges, not least of which is the effect of unpredictable rainfall patterns and successive droughts on agricultural production and subsistence…
General | March 2013

An Elephant’s Toothy Tool

It is always awe-inspiring being in the presence of elephants. As the world’s largest mammal, they’re not only physically intimidating but also known to be highly intelligent, functioning in a…