Those keen on spotting lions when on holiday may want to opt for Botswana.
This is according to Graham Boynton, writing for the Telegraph, who pointed out that people can find the biggest lions in the world in the African country.
He added: "This is certainly the case with the large, magnificent prides of Duba – namely the Skimmer pride and the Tsaro pride, both of which were controlled for some years by two splendid males known as the Duba Boys."
But those who embark on safari holidays in search of the pair might be disappointed to learn that they have sadly passed away.
However, Mr Boynton added that the "idyllic" 65,000-acre area is currently being revamped.
In addition, potential safari-goers could be interested to hear that a new expedition camp has recently opened in South Africa on the 30,000-acre Shambala Game Reserve, the New York Times reported earlier this month.