Namibia has always been a country of superlatives. Dragon’s Breath is the largest subterranean lake in the world, Hoba meteorite is the biggest ever found, Gibeon meteorite shower is the largest ever discovered, Namib Desert is the oldest desert and is also the only desert in the world with elephant, lion, giraffe and rhino. Red sand dunes at Sossusvlei are regarded as the highest in the world. Namib desert is also home to one of the oldest living fossil plants, the Welwitschia mirabilis. Namibia has the largest free-roaming cheetah population in the world. The country is also the youngest democracy in the world – with protection of the environment in its constitution. One attraction of Namibia is famous Etosha National park with its abundant wildlife, enormous and magnificent Fish River Canyon. Namibia is a peaceful land of old traditions, ancient tribes and modern infrastructure.