The rich tribal history of the region is the inspiration for the design of Singita Pamushana Lodge, drawing on the proud heritage of ancient Zimbabwe. Perched atop a sandstone ridge overlooking the shimmering expanse of the Malilangwe Dam, the lodge is a celebration of its incredible wilderness setting.
Singita Pamushana Lodge’s breathtaking new look combined with the incredible location makes for an unforgettable luxury safari experience. The conservation work carried out by the Malilangwe Trust, Singita’s non-profit conservation partner, gives any visit to this precious wilderness meaning well beyond its beautiful stone walls.
Drawing on the vibrant culture of the region as well as the form of nature, the design makes strong use of texture – geometric patterns and carved furniture are featured throughout, as well as woven leather, natural fabrics, raw silks, hammered brass and polished stone. Tobacco tan, black, ivory and brass comprise the primary colour palette, creating a striking backdrop for the mix of original African artifacts and contemporary sculpture which make up the interior.
The decks and living spaces were extended to deepen the connection with the landscape – a new cliff-top fire pit and bar deli overlooking the Malilangwe Dam provide the perfect location for alfresco dining and fireside storytelling.
The re-opening of Singita Pamushana Lodge has unveiled two new suites, expanding the accommodation offering to a total of eight suites and a five-bedroom villa. Set in a secluded location on an elevated hillside away from the main lodge, the two new two-bedroom suites offer a wonderful sense of privacy with breathtaking views over the Malilangwe Dam.