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"Namutoni was our first stop in Etosha. I have to say that luckily all three camps do not differ much as far as amenities are concerned: there is a bar and restaurant along with a little souvenir shop. Camping is spacious with clean and numerous toilets and showers. best of all: the showers are hot!
There is also a water hole at all three camps, In Namutoni we saw nothing.
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"As you enter Etosha National Park, rising out of the landscape is a former fort, nearly a hundred years old, which as been converted into a park headquarters and camp for visitors. Over the years it been upgraded, and now boasts a pretty good restaurant. There are also facilities to stock up on su..."pplies, and camp, or stay in one of the chalets. There are several water holes near by for wildlife viewing, and the roads are also good enough to range further afield.
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