Look no further than Singita Pamushana in Zimbabwe’s Malilangwe Reserve; a 130,000-acre wilderness that’s teeming with wildlife.
Pasmushana reopens in May following a major overhaul that sees the addition of two new two-bedroom suites to complement the six existing suites, and a five-bedroom villa for larger groups. New interiors reflect the culture of the Shangaan people for which the Malilangwe area is known, with design and decor paying tribute to traditional African patterns and natural colours: ochre tan, ebony black and ivory white, with some gold and brass elements for a touch of modern bling.
Guests can peer out from their private plunge pools using the house telescopes to look for wildlife on the shore of the Malilangwe Dam below the lodge; set out into the reserve on an early morning, afternoon or night time game drive; or join a guided bush walk to a viewing hide to look out for black and white rhino at one of the area’s watering holes.
All-inclusive rates at Singita Pamushana start from US $1,495 per person per night.