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We are planning a trip to Namibia in June of 2006. We really want to include the Skeleton Coast, but am unsure how to do it. I have seen the $270 or so 3 hour flyovers from Windhoek (only slightly better than nothing) and around $2600+ 4 day fly-in safaris (2 parents and 3 kids, so WAY too much money). Is there anyway of doing something in-between? Is it possible to do our own charter with 2 days and one night, or 3/2, at a more reasonable cost?

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