People who are seeking some adventure on their holidays could be advised to consider a trip to the African nation of Namibia.
Writing for the Daily Telegraph, Gill Charlton detailed some of the creatures she saw while visiting the country.
One of the stops during her trip was Erongo, located approximately two hours north of Windhoek. Here she was treated to a rare sighting of a leopard in broad daylight.
Another creature that many wildlife lovers would love to catch a glimpse of is the black rhino.
Ms Charlton visited the Desert Rhino Camp which specialises in tracking the animals on foot. Her guide took her to within 200 ft of an elderly male rhino named Don't Panic, she revealed.
Private nature reserve Mundulea is also worth visiting, the journalist noted, with animals such as rhinos, cheetahs, springboks and the black-faced impala living on the wildlife refuge.
In 2009, Chris McIntyre wrote for Wanderlust magazine that Mundulea was one of Namibia's "most promising reserves", with owner and guide Bruno Nebe praised for his "expert" knowledge of the plant and animal life found there.
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