Those looking for an ideal safari location may like to check out Kenya after one writer noted he had some "magical moments" in the country.
Mike Strobel, writing for the Toronto Sun, described the African nation as a land of big and small dramas.
He detailed his trip to the region which included spotting cheetahs in Masai Mara, as well as wildebeest migrating at 04:00 local time across the Mara River.
One animal that may not spring to the forefront of someone's mind when they are wondering what they will see on a Kenya safari is a kudu, which Mr Strobel pointed out in Tsavo.
He added that it was like "the ones that thrilled Ernest Hemingway in the Green Hills of Africa. Its spiral horns and striped sides are gone in a bluish flash".
This comes after Sankha Guha, writing for the Independent, recently took a trip to the country and stated that the migrating wildebeest were the "true masters" of the area, putting on quite a show.