Improvised craft market to the arrival of tourists in the camp Batawana. 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 Terracotta Crafts Kgatleng District of Botswana was declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2012 by UNESCO.1 craftsmanship is created by the women of the community Bakgatla ba Kgafela Kgatleng District in southeastern the country. Clay is used, weathered sandstone, iron oxide, vague dung, water, grass and wood to manufacture containers that embody reasons ancestral rituals and beliefs of the community. The harvest of the earth is through meditation master artisan. Once collected the clay and sandstone, are crushed and screened. After it is formed modeling clay. After decorating, baked in an oven pit. The tradition is passed down from generation to generation but today this art is in danger of disappearing due to the declining number of teachers artisans, low prices of the finished products and the use, increasingly, of mass production vessels. This is why UNESCO included on the List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding.