What is Hot Air Balloon Safari

During a hot air balloon flight, the pilot rides in a wicker basket attached to a giant ripstop nylon balloon. The balloon has a burner placed between the wicker basket and the balloon. The flame of the burner heats the air inside the balloon and raises the balloon. How much the balloon air is heated depends on the atmospheric conditions, the height of the balloon from the pilot, and course the fuel. During the descent, the pilot cools the air and loses altitude when the balloon becomes heavier than the air. Therefore, by controlling the heat inside the balloon, the pilot has complete control over the movement of the balloon up and down. After the hot-air balloon takes off, the wind conditions determine its direction. However, this does not mean that the pilot has no control over his or her course. Different layers of air usually move in different directions, and the pilot needs to move up and down to find the layer that guides him in the desired direction. 

This is where the pilot's dexterity works, where the pilot controls the direction of the balloon without having to physically steer the balloon. Have you ever imagined flying over the wonderful Taj Mahal? Balloon Safari will make your dream come true. Imagine a winding course on the Yamuna River, a statue of the Taj Mahal, and a replica of the Red Fort passing under a balloon. You'll be amazed and amazed. An exhilarating journey to enjoy in the skies of the Agra An Air Balloon Safari. The helium balloon rises to a height of about 250 meters and you can see amazing aerial photographs of the entire city of Agra. The most memorable hot-air balloon flight is when the sun's disk shines on the Taj during sunrise. But undoubtedly, Air Ballooning is unforgettable in the full moonlight that magically makes everything in Agra, with the shimmering Taj Mahal sitting gracefully in the centre.

The best time to go on a balloon safari in Agra is from October to March, but if the sky is clear you can experience it all year round. In addition, a balloon festival called the "Taj Balloon Festival" is usually held at the end of November. Seeing different places in yourself expresses satisfaction and brings great joy to the human mind. Balloons are one of the oldest and most successful aircraft that paved the way for modern technology. The experience of exploring a place from a different perspective that ordinary people cannot imagine is an exciting opportunity. Air safari is one of them. It has been increasing in recent years. One invented a way to increase unrestricted, unleashed joy Enjoy aerial photography of Agra's World Heritage Sites. Experience exciting and exciting moments in mountaineering. The balloon rises to a height of about 250 m. When this helium balloon emerges in the clouds, it looks like it remains from a chaotic world. The balloon sways in a gentle breeze, and the beauty of the Taj Mahal's "microcosm of love" standing proudly on the banks of the Yamuna River is a magnificent and unforgettable sight. You can see amazing aerial photographs of the entire city of Agra. Experience a quiet ride with the Yamuna River shining at sunrise, sunset, and moonlit nights, making it a blissful logbook. 

You can't miss it! Have you ever seen the Taj Mahal from just 500 meters above 3,000 feet? This may be your life chance, as the Uttar Pradesh Tourism Board is hosting a hot-air balloon festival near the monument in November 1416. No matter how many times you look at this beautiful symbol of love, you will never get tired of seeing the Taj Mahal in Agra again. This is your chance to ride a hot-air balloon and see it from above. 

Over 15 hot air balloons from Australia, Belgium, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Sri Lanka, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, USA and India invite tourists and adventurous people to the festival for a fee. Tourism was the focus of the Taj Mahal and its surroundings. The excursion includes visits to monuments and the famous Karakuri Cultural Convention Center, as well as a royal dining experience in the royal city of Agra. Since the area around Taj is a no-flight area, all permits have been obtained from the Ministry of Defense and the Indian Air Force (IAF), and event permits have also been obtained from the Indian Archaeological Survey (ASI). ), Director of Agra District Administration and Civil Aviation Bureau (DGCA). 

In the first case, it only reveals the hidden complexity of the Taj when viewed from a unique vantage point provided by a hot-air balloon that rides on a balloon and reflects off the surrounding water to reach the sky. In the second section, the journey follows the Red Fort and other important landmarks of the Mughal era. The third time will be held in the evening. In a lively night sky concert, you can see a magnificent view of balloons illuminating the night sky with musical accompaniment. In Uttar Pradesh, exotic balloon flights take place in the Taj Mahal. It's one of the most dreamy excursions with some enviable sights to see. The breathtaking scenery of the magnificent Mughal monuments, obscured by the fantastic sight of Taj's glory, is indescribable. The ride quality here is a little different. The balloons here are low in altitude and have risen to about 500 meters, where you can see some great buildings up close.

In Uttar Pradesh, exotic balloon flights take place in the Taj Mahal. It’s one of the most dreamy excursions with some enviable sights to see. The breathtaking scenery of the magnificent Mughal monuments, obscured by the fantastic sight of Taj’s glory, is indescribable. The ride quality here is a little different. The balloons here are low in altitude and have risen to about 500 meters, where you can see some great buildings up close. An ideal vehicle for honeymooners, couples and travel enthusiasts.


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