In the tribe altea Batawana is possible to observe how they got the first effects of globalization, as shown in sunglasses and clothing of these two local people. In the vicinity of Camp Eagle Island Camp by Orient Express, outside the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana there is a camp where they live a hundred Batawana Indian tribe. You can canoe trips to visit their village. The Okavango Delta is the largest inland delta in the world, a labyrinth of lagoons, lakes and hidden channels covering an area of ??17 000 square km. Born in Angola - numerous tributaries join to form the Cubango River, flows through Namibia, becoming the Kavango River and finally enters Botswana, where it becomes the Okavango. Millions of years ago the Okavango River flowed into a large inland lake called Makgadikgadi (now known as the Makgadikgadi salt flats - Makgadikgadi Pans). Tectonic activity and associated faults disrupted the flow of the river causing a sack that has resulted in the Okavango Delta. This has created a unique system of waterways that supports a wide variety of animal and plant life that would have otherwise been a dry Kalahari savanna like. It estimated about 200,000 large mammals in the Okavango Delta and its surroundings. On the mainland and among the islands that form the delta, live lions, elephants, hyenas, wild dogs, buffalo, hippos and crocodiles along with a huge variety of antelope and other small animals - warthogs, mongoose, spotted genets, monkeys, bush babies and squirrels. The presence in the Okavango Delta of the endangered African wild dog, constituting one of the most dense herds of Africa. The delta is also home to over 400 species of birds, including African Eagle Pescadora. Many of these animals live in the Delta but most pass through, migrating in the summer rainy season in search of grazing land reclaimed. With the onset of winter dry field and animals begin the road back to floodplains. This allows impressive spectacle to see move forward together in a large herd to predators and their prey. In some parts of the Delta may be the most striking scenes of predators in the world.