The Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve is set on 130,000 acres of wilderness in the southeastern corner of Zimbabwe, bordering the Gonarezhou National Park. Malilangwe remains virtually untouched by humankind and occupies a key position in an area that is potentially one of Africa’s largest bio-refuges. The area is home to hundreds of baobab trees and an unrivalled assortment of birds with more than 500 species, including many raptors. This is where you will find Singita Pamushana Lodge, one of Africa’s most exclusive, remote hideaways.
Singita Malilangwe House is set amongst towering trees overlooking a lake of 1,500 acres in the remote reaches of the pristine Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve which spans some 130,000 acres of wilderness in the southeastern corner of Zimbabwe, bordering the Gonarezhou National Park.
This exclusive-use African home takes its cue from the rich tribal culture of the local Shangaan people, who have lived in the region for thousands of years. Beyond the villa, hundreds of baobab trees punctuate the untouched wilderness of ridges, outcrops, ironwood and Mountain Acacia woodlands, which are home to a great variety of rare and abundant wildlife, as well as hundreds of bird species and ancient rock paintings.
This elegant exclusive-use villa was designed to offer families and friends the relaxed freedom to tailor-make their days any way they want, with a dedicated private chef, game vehicle, Field Guide and host catering for their every need.
Featuring relaxed, light and airy shared spaces, the villa’s free-flowing living areas provide a sense of seamless ease – ensuring a convivial contemporary safari that is both casual and sophisticated. The rich tribal history of the region is echoed in the carefully curated décor and provides an inspiring reflection of the creative energy of the continent.
Malilangwe House boasts expansive living areas and five bedrooms with private decks, an interactive kitchen, a signature Singita ‘bar-deli’ and a large rim-flow pool. With its panoramic views of the surrounding landscape and beautiful Malilangwe Dam below, this contemporary African home is set within 130,000 acres of untouched wilderness, making for an unforgettable luxury safari.
Southern Africa is a year-round destination. Traditionally the dry winter months (April to October) are best for game viewing, due to the shorter grass, lack of foliage and the absence of water which forces the game to concentrate around the remaining sources of drinking water.
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