Those hoping to spot an array of animals on an African wildlife excursion might like to check out Tanzania.
If a trip by Brian Jackman, writing for the Telegraph, is anything to go by then there should be plenty of the beasts to see on safari holidays in the country.
He noted that carnivores "steal the show" in the Singita Grumeti Reserve as a 15-strong family of lionesses parade the area and he also saw a leopard "lying full length along a bough with all four legs and tail dangling".
Mr Jackman pointed out that the former may have walked off when seeing a human in the past but now they regard people with a complete indifference.
Moreover, herbivores are also present with giraffes observing his "progress and every ridge is adorned with a frieze of zebras".
Another writer to recommend the African nation is the Southern Times's Leonard Magomba, who said the Saadani National Park is rich in history.