The rich tribal history of southeastern Zimbabwe is the inspiration for the design transformation of Singita Pamushana Lodge reopening in mid-May with a remarkable new look.
The palatial architecture of Great Zimbabwe’s ancient stone city, which stands some 200km to the north of Singita Pamushana, forms the main reference point for a design that celebrates this region’s proud heritage. Drawing on the area’s vibrant culture, the design makes strong use of texture and a colour palette of deep olive green, tan, black, white and brass, with a mix of original African artifacts and contemporary forms creating an eye-catching new aesthetic.
The decks and living spaces have been extended to deepen the connection with the landscape – a new cliff-top fire pit and bar deli overlooking the Malilangwe Dam will provide the perfect location for alfresco dining and fireside storytelling, while a pair of new, two-bedroom suites will give families their own private space together with their own lounge area and plunge pool.
Singita Pamushana’s breathtaking new look combined with the incredible location makes for an unforgettable luxury safari experience but its purpose as a source of revenue for funding all-important conservation work with the non-profit Malilangwe Trust gives any visit to this precious wilderness meaning well beyond its beautiful stone walls.