Fishing in the Okavango Delta is done using woven baskets by the Mbukushu or Hambukushu people.
Okavango Delta is sometimes called the Okavango Grassland. The Mbukushu tribe lives along this delta. In this tribe, women go fishing with baskets woven using twigs and sisal. This style of fishing has been passed down from many generations. Despite the crocodiles, the women brave the waters and they skillfully focus on the task at hand while keeping an eye out for danger.