Those looking to book a summer break may want to consider Africa.
Searching for rhinos on a safari holiday in Namibia could be a great way to see the part of the country, which has some "dramatic scenery", according to Gill Charlton, writing for the Telegraph.
And those who want to see these beasts in their natural habitat could be encouraged to book a tour sooner rather than later as Ms Charlton noted that there are less than 4,000 types of the animal in the continent.
Travelling around the country could also be eased by the state of the roads, which are the "best in Africa", Ms Charlton said.
She added: "There are few cars and even fewer trucks – just the open road cutting through a landscape almost devoid of people."
Another location to visit on a similar holiday might be Botswana after Tips from the T-List included the destination as one of its top five places to visit in order to see animals on safari.