Adventure travellers can see the Big Five in Kenya
If people are planning on taking an adventure holiday to spot wildlife in its own habitat, Kenya is the place to go, according to an award-winning travel writer.
Chris Leadbeater, who is a travel writer for the Daily Mail newspaper, has said that the east African destination has many wildlife parks which "play ... host to endangered species, including the black rhino".
"[Travellers going to the African country] will find the world's finest safari destination," he wrote in an article for the news provider.
"If you can't spot the full Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, buffalo) in Kenya, you aren't looking hard enough."
People planning adventure holidays to Kenya could also see beautifully majestic animals in Kenya's most famous wildlife parks: the Masai Mara.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the wildlife highlights of the African country, where travellers can see the annual migrations of animals such as the zebra and wildebeest from the Serengeti.