Fans of big cats should make sure they take the trip to the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia.
It could act as the perfect safari holiday for those looking for expert guidance and can be accessed by travellers in Kenya, as both countries are in the south-east of Africa.
BBC Big Cat Diary presenter, author and wildlife photographer Jonathan Scott is leading a special expedition that will allow tourists to get up close and personal with the animals.
Leopard expert Phil Berry will also be in the party, which will be exploring the area from November 12th-19th.
"November is an exciting time for wildlife activity, with excellent wild dog and lion sightings, as well as stunning carmine bee-eater colonies and newborn impala," the Zambezi Safari and Travel Company observed.
Mr Scott is a former winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award, while Mr Berry runs the Kuyenda Bushcamp.