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Singita-Pamushana Lodge . . . ‘a place of miracles’

Singita-Pamushana Lodge . . . ‘a place of miracles’

Like the meaning of the name when translated from xiChangana, the picturesque Singita which is perched high on a sandstone ridge overlooking the shimmering expanse of the Malilangwe Dam is indeed ‘miraculously’ splendours. Singita-Pamushana Lodge is a high-end facility located in Malilagwe Wildlife Reserve, in the greater Save Valley Conservancy. 

The five star lodge prides itself in hosting high profile figures from around the globe. Jack Ma and Bill Gates for instancehave enjoyed the African sunrise at Singata-PamushanaLodge.. In Zimbabwe, Finance and Economic Development Minister is one of the government officials to visit Singita(mashura), a ‘place of miracles’

It seems the great Great Zimbabwe architecture inspired a number of present day designs. The organic shaped buildings of Singita-Pamushana Lodge according to Malilangwe Trust are reminiscent of the Great Zimbabwe civilisation. The lodge consists of 4×1-bedroom suites each with private plunge pool, 1×2-bedroom family suite with a private plunge pool, 1×3-bedroom family suite, amongst other facilities, with WIFI access. 

Malilangwe which literally mean “call of the leopards” is a pristine wilderness with 38 different habitats and ecological zones covering 130 000 acres of protected land. Activities in Malilangwe include twice-daily game drives in open game-viewing vehicles, walking safaris, tiger fishing, excursions to ancient rock art sites amongst others. The pristine Malilangwehas a wide range of plant and animal species for nature lovers. It is served by Buffalo Range Airport.

Lake Mteri, a perfect destination for trophy fishermen

A hectic, busy environment associated with urban life requires some time off the city to cool down the anxieties and melancholic feelings caused by the highs and lows; in atranquil environment. The breathtakingly beauteous Lake Mteri tacked in the sugarcane plantations of the Hippo Valley Estates is the place to be. 

Lake Mteri is accessible either by air through the Buffalo Range Airport or entirely by road from either Beitbridge border post or Masvingo town. The lake is located approximately 300km from Beitbridge border post and about 197km from Masvingo town. From Masvingo, guests can get to Lake Muteri via Zaka, Jerera or via Ngundu, to finish the journey along the Ngundu-Tanganda highway. Guests traveling via Ngundu road will turn into the Zimbabwe Sugar Association Experimental Station road then straight to Lake Mteri, 

The 975 hectare dam is rich in aquatic lives, both plants and animals. The main activity is trophy fishing for bream, bass or barbel fish and the dam has a record catch of 6.5kgs. Guests can also enjoy beautiful African sunsets and Zimbabwean landscape at the lake, night star gazing and beautiful sunrises on the edge of the dam.

Hospitality services are provided through two lodges at the lake, Mteri Nyari Lodge and Mteri Nhongo Lodge. 

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