Pamushana | February 2019

Drinking buddies

Sitting in Hwata blind (our sunken photographic hide) is an incredible way to wait for animals to come and drink, especially when the heat beats down on the earth and…
Pamushana | February 2019

Between hunts

Painted wolves (Lycaon pictus), also known as African wild dogs, rely mainly on their sight to hunt, therefore they need a certain amount of light. They prefer hunting at dusk…
Pamushana | February 2019

Singita Pamushana

Day 1 of 2019’s sighting report reads as follows, “What an amazing way of starting a new year - it was like someone had opened the gates for the animals!…
Pamushana | December 2018

A walk in the park

Walking in general is good for your health so you find that most people love it, but they don’t take it to the lengths I do. The most exhilarating part…
Pamushana | December 2018

The slender mongoose (Herpestes sanguineus)

This is an amazing little animal that has the speed of greased lightning! The slender mongoose is the most ferocious of the mongooses and is frequently seen, on game drives,…
Pamushana | December 2018

Lady Lancelot

The Malilangwe Reserve is home to very healthy black and white rhino populations and, while black rhinos are more reclusive than white rhinos, every guest spending a few days at…
Pamushana | December 2018

Caught in a hunt

The sun was setting and the pack of wild dogs left the riverbed where they’d spent a relaxing afternoon, to go on an early evening hunting foray. We left the…
Pamushana | December 2018

Singita Pamushana

The silly season is in full swing – as you can see by this baby giraffe that’s jumping for joy! We’ve enjoyed some pouring rain which most of us relish,…
Pamushana | November 2018

Tight Lines – fishing at Singita Pamushana

I really enjoy fishing, and have angled myself to be in charge of fishing activities, so here’s an overview of this activity that we enjoy with our guests.