Balloon Safari

Good morning,

first: sorry that we didn’t write a new post for a couple of days.
We hope you are all doing fine.

Today we want to inform you about something really spectacular and special – a balloon safari!

This lifetime experience offers a completely new perspective. Compared to cars, this vehicle is silent and doesn’t disturb the animals.
You have a 360 degrees view and can observe the herds and the fantastic landscapes.
In addition to that is has something of an adventure, something really special.

Balloon Safari

A balloon safari usually starts early in the morning so that you can see the animals awaking and the beautiful sunrise.
In these hours the lions and other predators start hunting, because it is still a little bit cool.
Maybe you will be lucky to experience a kill!

Up to eight people are allowed on that trip and children should not be younger than seven years old.
Hot air ballooning is very safe and your pilot is experienced.

He gives a briefing about security issues, sightseeings, wildlife etc. He will also take some professional photos which you can buy afterwards if you want.
Sometimes you fly very low, sometimes very high, so that you can see the flora and fauna from different perspectives.

After landing you will be brought to a single acacia tree for a bush breakfast in nature. Of course with champagne!
Here you can talk about the adventure and share some photos.
After breakfast you meet your driver and continue for a game driver or whatever is planned in your itinerary.

Our balloon destinations are Serengeti and Tarangire.

If you are interested, feel free to contact us.

Yours, World Air Travel & Tours


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