Hot air Balloon Safari Experience : Hot Air Balloon Safaris is an answer for safari lovers and others who likes a peaceful safari experience. Floating along the winds observing the beautiful scenery, islands, beaches, natural vegetation, mountains, and animals from the top, is a never miss an adventure. Watching the countless number of animals running in National Parks from the top will surely surprise you.
The hot air balloon rides in Zanzibar.
From above the Zanzibar Island, you see some of the most beautiful sandbars and beaches in Zanzibar. The most incredible thing about taking a hot air balloon ride in Zanzibar is that you might cross paths with dolphins or even whales. It is not uncommon to see them swimming through the Indian ocean.
A miracle balloons Safari experience in Zanzibar happens over the Spice farms, Stone Town city, Jozani Forest, and Prison Island. The first balloon ride takes off inland and flies over palm trees while the other balloons cross Chwaka Bay on the east side of Zanzibar island. To fly over the Indian Ocean is so spectacular.
Hot Air Balloon Safari in Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA)
Ngorongoro Crater is the largest flood-free caldera in the world (the cone collapsed by a volcano). Ngorongoro is protected from the outside world by an enormous head start and is compatible with more than 30,000 large mammals in 2,000 feet into the crater. After extensive morning breakfast, the Hot Air Balloon safari begins to view wildlife, Rift Valley, Maasai villages, and Olduvai Gorge and take nature photographic from above the crater. Here are the exciting attractions while experiencing a hot air balloon ride in Ngorongoro.
Big Five: The big five groups are the lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino, and leopard. It is a lifetime opportunity to observe the Big Five animals of Africa while enjoying the miracle of a Hot Air Balloon Ride.
Hippo Pond: The hippo pond in Ngorongoro has quite a large group of African Hippos, and it is a great place to spot and take pictures of the hippos from the top on A Hot Air Balloon ride.
Balloon Ride in Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National Park is best known as The paradise of Elephants. It is one of the most popular National parks in Tanzania. The park is more popular because of the presence of the Hot Air Balloon Rides while viewing and photo-shooting elephants and baobab trees. The Baobab trees tower over the plains like ancient guardians over the elephants, giraffes, gazelles, wildebeest, zebra, and countless types of birds. It will be a memorable experience of a hot air balloon ride in Tarangire. From the top of Tarangire national park, you will spot wildlife such as Lions, elephants, zebras, monkeys, giraffes, and so much more. The park’s weather is always perfect (not cold but not too hot). Tarangire will be your favorite park in Tanzania. During the afternoon Balloon ride, you will also be looking at migratory animals of wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles down the savannah in Tarangire.
Ruaha National Park Balloon Safari
Ruaha National Park is in the southern part of Tanzania. It is one of the most beautiful places to visit for a Balloon safari experience in Tanzania. It is most likely from its Coolness, no traveler populations, and wildlife diversity. Located 130 kilometers from Iringa City, it is a reserve with 10 percent of all Lions in the World, large herds of elephants, different animals, and more than 500 species of birds.
The Miracle experience of Hot Air Balloon in Serengeti, Tanzania.
For unparalleled views of wildlife, look for a hot air balloon ride over Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. This park is home to large herds of elephants, giraffes, and lions, among many other species that you can only see from high up in the sky to the height of their grassy habitat. The balloon safari experience is best during the Great Migration for optimal viewing opportunities. The famous migratory animals in Africa are the wildebeest. The wildebeest migration usually occurs in Serengeti National Park Tanzania. The wildebeest gives birth to approximately 500,000 calves every year in which some calves are killed for food by famous predators such as lions, crocodiles, leopards, cheetahs, and hyenas. The calving of the wildebeest usually happens on different grounds of Serengeti National park. For an unforgettable experience of watching the wildebeest migration in Tanzania, you must have a balloon ride over the famous calving ground of the wildebeest and their circulation in Serengeti land.
The balloon daily tours over the acacia, savannas, and the Serengeti grasslands offer opportunities to detect wildebeest, zebras, gazelles, topis, impalas, and hartebeest along with predators such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, and wild dogs.
Serengeti Rivers, Hot Air Balloon experience
Mara River: Mara River flows 400 kilometers from Tanzania to Kenya and helps feed the Nile crocodiles. It is a fast-flowing, deep river with steep banks where the privileged crocodiles live. The great migration between Kenya and Tanzania usually happens across the Mara river (migration of thousands of wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles). Every year during the season, the Great Migration of zebras and wildebeests must cross the Mara rivers to get the grass they need to survive. When the zebras do not get to the grass, they may perish. Sometimes, after crossing the Mara river full of hungry crocodiles, the zebras do not find good grass on the other side. Then they will turn around and go back through the same river to face the vicious crocodiles again. A balloon ride is the best for viewing the crocodiles’ action on wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles crossing the Mara River.
Gurumeti River: The Grumeti River is home to many enormous crocodiles. Each river has its personality. Therefore, Gurumeti is narrow, slow flowing, and regular. It is a bit of a chameleon, changing with the seasons and promising surprises around each bend. It is tough to hunt in the river, but Crocodiles there are hardworking and flexible to master different hunting strategies required in each zone. You can experience the Gurumeti crocodiles’ hunt while on a balloon ride.