I've recently contacted Etosha National Park, asking them to book 2 nights at their camping sites for our upcoming trip to Namibia. They've quickly got back with a quote, but in order to secure the booking I need to fill out a form, then fax or scan/email it to them. The scary thing is, form needs my credit card details, all of them, including number, CVV code, my signature, etc. This raises some questions:
- Is that normal and safe thing to do? I've used official site and their contact form, so it does not look like an outright scam, but still giving my card details like so feels very uncomfortable.
- If I don't proceed, is there any other way to stay overnight inside Etosha without violating any rules? Maybe these camps are not fully booked in early May, so we can just show up and hope to have a place?