How long is the flight?
About an hour, depending on prevailing weather conditions and suitability of landing sites, but you should allow at least four hours for the whole experience.
How high will we go?
As high as 3500ft - although this does vary from area to area and depends on airspace restrictions.
What should I wear?
Generally warm, comfortable layers are a good idea, plus a cap or other hat as the burners can get a bit warm. Depending on conditions, you may be walking so sensible shoes or trainers are essential. Usually passengers help with the inflation and deflation of the balloon so we recommend you wear clothes which you don’t mind getting a little dirty. No designer wear, flip-flops or high heels please, as we are unable to accept responsibility for damage.
Can I bring a camera?
Yes, you can bring a camera, binoculars or camcorder as the balloon makes an excellent platform for photography. They must not be in metal cases and they are carried at your own risk.
What should I bring?
1) flight confirmation
2) appetite for adventure!
Can my friends come and watch?
Friends and family are always welcome, but make sure they’re aware that there may not be toilets or other facilities at the launch site. We do not recommend that spectators try to follow the balloon by road for safety reasons.
We are licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority and our pilot hold a full commercial balloon pilot’s licence.
What if I have more questions?
For more information please visit firstname.lastname@example.org. So please call our lovely customer service team on +264 81 808 6743 /+264 81 835 0827 for a confidential chat.
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