Covid-19 hits renowned tourism centre
“The Covid-19 pandemic has had a drastic impact on our business due to the travel restrictions that have understandably been put in place around the globe,” Turner told the Daily News on Sunday.
“In peak season, guides are busy from early morning, until late at night. In the quieter season, there is more time to participate in other aspects of the wildlife management of the reserve, like assisting the ecology team with managed burns, wildlife data collection and, of course, some time to rejuvenate ahead of the next busy season.”
“I have been in the hospitality business for 25 years now and I hope to continue to add valuable experiences to others for at least another 25,” he said.
“Singita Pamushana Lodge has nine suites and we have a 5-bedroom exclusive-use villa, called Malilangwe House.”
Singita Pamushana Lodge is also home to the world renowned big five that has proven to be a major selling point over the years.“Our guests are encouraged to enjoy game drives, bush walks, fishing, boat cruises, rock art trips, and visits to our community projects,” said Turner.“At the lodge, guests enjoy the ambience and views over Malilangwe Dam, exceptional dining, wellness treatments, and a great selection of wines from our cellar but above all the personalised attention from our committed and highly-trained staff.”