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- Zimbabwe Pamushana - Zimbabwe

In 1994, the not-for-profit Malilangwe Trust was established as a result of the largest ever single donor investment in Zimbabwe, in order to purchase, protect, and manage the extraordinary wilderness area next to the Gonarezhou National Park in southeastern Zimbabwe.

Singita Pamushana Lodge is the ecotourism arm of this (130,000 acre) reserve, and its role is to help foster the sustainability of the wildlife and broader ecology, while enabling guests to share the magic of the lodge and the Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve.

Singita manages the lodge on behalf of the Trust and all proceeds from the lodge benefit the numerous conservation and community outreach and development programmes underway. This Zimbabwean based and managed Trust was set up to develop a blueprint for creating harmony between conservation initiatives and community development in villages that neighbour wildlife areas.

The initiatives in place in the area have met with great success and each guest who visits Singita Pamushana makes a positive impact to this incredibly beautiful land and dynamic community.

Lodges at Pamushana

Pamushana - Zimbabwe

Pamushana Lodge

Set high in the hills amongst dramatic boulders, the organic-shaped buildings of Singita Pamushana Lodge are reminiscent of the ruins of Great Zimbabwe. The thick walls, meticulous thatching and detailed stonework lay the foundation for bold interiors, inspired by local Shangaan culture. There are six palatial suites and a five-bedroom villa, all with private plunge pools and views across Malilangwe Lake.

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