The Singita Malilangwe House in southeast Zimbabwe has reopened following a redesign.
The property is a sole-use five-bedroom villa perched on a rocky outcrop in the private and remote Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve. The villa features a rim-flow pool on the main deck, a dedicated chef, butler, private game vehicle and experienced field guide. Each of the five suites also has its own private deck.
The former master bedroom has been transformed into a double-volume space with a large automated panel of frameless glass that drops away for an indoor-outdoor shower experience.
Itineraries, activities and meals are tailored and guests can enjoy fishing, sundowner cruises on Malilangwe Dam, in-room yoga and massages, stargazing, wine tasting, community visits, bush walks and visits ancient rock art sites.
The Reserve is conserved by Singita’s non-profit partner, The Malilangwe Trust, and borders the Gonarezhou National Park. The park is home to one of the highest concentrations of endangered Black rhino in Zimbabwe, as well as healthy populations of elephant, cheetah, wild dog, lion, leopard and abundant birdlife.